I’m not sure about you, but my yard is a big pile of muck currently. Sure, there is snow covering it which helps to make it not look quite as awful, but I know that underneath all that it’s a gardening mess.

For those of you that have been blessed with perfect sandy loam soil feel free to continue to read just so you realize how lucky you are.

Sacha Burns is an organic gardener and owner of Sunkissed Organics in Pinola. She may be reached at sachabrittburns@yahoo.com.

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