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Hey all! I've finally broken ground at my new property...built my first hugelkultur bed. I've posted a video of the process on Youtube: Hugelkultur Bed

Looking forward to seeing the clover pop up, and now I'm working out what to plant for a fall crop...

Enjoy!

 
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i like it, that size i have decided is much better for hand digging a hugel bed (i did mine 6ft high) so it was crazy long time to hand dig and place all the logs that high up
 
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Looks good.
 
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