I spent the last week getting over the 2 teeth extracted. But I got back to yard work yesterday morning. One thing I read about was growing corn in bins. Well, guess what, I just happened to have some! THe County recycling system changed from carryable bins to one huge one, and they didn't want the old smaller bins back.
So now they are 3'x2' x18" planting containers! So I'm recycling recycling bins, LOL! I'm goin to use them to empty out soil in the raised framed beds and plant corn in them in the sunniest part of the the yard. But thaose bins needed soil, AND I had to clear some space in the old garden for new raised beds.
So first, I had to level the old box with a butternut tree and some roses.
Then I started emptying the old trellis framed bed into the bins. Which I discovered were WAY too heavy to carry. I tied a hand cart, but even with a strap around it, it was too awkward to move (with all the dug-up carpet, there was no path out of the garden area).
So I switched to 5 gallon buckets to carry to a wheelbarrow. That works, but it was slow work. And quite frankly, after staying up all last night and doing this hard work in the morning, I went to bed. Best I could do was strapping the bins to the handcart, and that was too awkward to move around.