So, by posting these here not only will it serve as a reminder for me, and possibly be a little inspiration for you it also gives me a bit of accountability. Not to mention it gives me a place to look back at the ideas so they don't just get lost in this head of mine.
And other things to do with cattle panels as well....
And thus begins the project planning for next year when I have not completed the projects for this year yet. I mean HELLO!? I still have blueberry bushes in pots that are not very happy with me. It's far too hot for them to be baking like that. They need some respite. I was actually thinking a long, low (well 5.5' low) arch over the blueberries and growing melons and beans over them as I understand they do quite well in shade and they would get sun in the winter months before blooming in spring. It may work. Once they had bloomed and the fruit was set the beans and melons would be replanted and by the time the berries came off the bushes would be shaded for the hottest part of the summer again. Anyone with experience trying something like this? I've got 13 blueberry bushes so I'll have 3 8' sections planted out with them. That is a lot of garden space to lose entirely after all I have only got 120' of space now. With the new beds (if they ever get built) I'll have 250 but I would be giving up 100 of it for the bb bushes.
Hopefully someone can shed some light (pun intended) on the shaded blueberries for me.
'Till next time!