New Steps in the Garden

Junebugaboo

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Husband and I dug out the side of our terraced garden, which was pretty precarious going down, and he built and installed wood steps...

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...and I leveled the inside, put down landscape fabric, and filled with stones from an area up top closer to the house that I'm readying as a space for more garden!

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Next on the docket: finish new garden area!
 

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Welcome to SS! Those steps look really need and would be great on rainy days and mud season :) You are lucky to have such a handy husband!
 

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I've been wanting steps like that to our pump house for years, it would be a lot less precarious during icy conditions
 

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Thanks, all! I didn't think they'd take as long as they did, but I guess that's always the case.
 

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Thanks, all! I didn't think they'd take as long as they did, but I guess that's always the case.
Those projects always do take longer than expected... still working on fencing my garden. Started that 2 years ago.
 

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Welcome to the group! Very nice steps. I'll be looking forward to garden pictures. It looks like you have a very pretty garden area, and now, steps to make it more functional. I can bet that it WOULD have been hard to navigate that hill without steps, especially after a rain. Nice job, well done!
 
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