But otherwise, the pot itself was unaffected. They’re made out plastic fibers, like that felted landscaping cloth that doesn’t biodegrade.
If you wanted fabric pots that would biodegrade, you could sew them out of burlap coffee sacks. That would be an interesting project!]]>
Hi Jacquelyn, thanks for stopping by 🙂 Standing upright and using a scuffle hoe is much easier on your back and knees than traditional weeding! And if you have a literal jungle on your hands, it’s really your only hope of staying ahead of those weeds. I don’t know how weeds take over the garden so fast — they can only move at the speed of plants, right?!]]>
Hi Danielle, thanks for visiting 🙂 Being garden-less is as painful losing a pet, isn’t it?? I signed up for plots at a couple of community gardens this year. Would that be an option for you?]]>
Hi Anna! Thanks for visiting 🙂
Here’s a video of a scuffle hoe in action https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLJWluLPlcM Doesn’t it make you want to swoon? When I first used mine, it cleared my garden way too fast and I went scouting around my property for more places to use it!]]>
I had no idea hoes were meant to cut weeds. I thought they were just to move dirt around to airate the soil. 😬
I’ll have to invest in a better hoe, now that I know what they’re meant for!!]]>