The lumber was delivered Friday. Farmer MacGregor was busy sawing Saturday. He’s building supports for the Thorneless Boysenberries. All of the bare root stock was planted and is now thriving where once azaleas died.
The plan is to create a hedge of boysenberries. Farmer MacGregor creates supports for tomatoes, squash, beans, and sweet peas in the garden. This should be no exception to his successes.There is only raw wood, post holes, and a plan. The final result will be posted here. Farmer MacGregor’s creation will surpass anything crazy, old Walter Knott came up with.
Photo lifted from http://knottsinprint.blogspot.com/2011/05/how-to-grow-boysenberries.html
That’s Mr. Knott on the right.