Transforming a yard

During the spring, something started to change.

Each week, a new raised garden bed appeared in front of a house on Andrews Street.

Sometimes those beds were moved, but finally they remained in one place.

As summer weather changed, so did what was happening inside of those garden beds.

Soon, sprouts could be seen poking through the ground. An observer may not have known what each plant was at the time, but the planters, Rich and Laurie Kriegh could tell.

“We had both talked about raised beds,” Rich said. “This is just want we came up with.”

Four of the hand-built cedar raised garden beds are in...

 

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