We've started getting a new area ready for relocating the raspberry patch next spring. The ground breaking would have been better done this past spring, but somehow many other tasks rose to the top of The List that were deemed more important.
No matter, we've finally gotten around to it now and will do the best we can.
The area in question has been (
Not only was the sod like plowing through tangled wire, but the addition of rocks . . .
. . . and rocks
. . . and more rocks made the going less than smooth. (Not exactly black loam, is it?)
We're making the area big enough for not only the new raspberry plants, but also some other berry bushes we want to try.
Another big plus to getting this area worked up and into production is that it will mean less lawn area to keep mowed. Neither hubby nor I list lawn mowing as a favorite summer sport.
Not done by a long shot, but it's a start.