Because of the need to access the underground home it appears to me that you could only have the hugelbed against the back side and around the ends. Is that how you envision it?
If one is not opposed to using tires they could be stacked up and filled with dirt and the top tire used for the home and planter bed dirt between the tires. It looks to me like they access the underground home from behind in the trellis photo as there isn’t enough room to stand between the cages. Stacks of tires could be spaced far enough apart to allow room between cages to work since there will be hugelbed behind. The gaps between the tire stacks could be tire tread strips screwed to the tire stacks.
Abe Connally wrote:I'm thinking of combining this:
What do you think?
David Miller wrote:Bravo, great setup. I prefer tractors and colonies for my climate and my needs but for a dry climate like your's, you've done an amazing job stacking functions.
R Scott wrote:I love the milk crate vermi bins. Much more manageable and the worms should still migrate from bin to bin. Do you have a way to partition off the quail run or is it just a single pen?