Hey garden peeps- due to a new wall constructed in our backyard (it's more like a bloody fortress) my garden gets almost no sun. enough for chard and parsley, but not even enough for kale. the part of our yard that is sunny is tiled, and this house is rented, so there was no permanent bed installation in my future.
A friend sent me some really cool heirloom seeds and i decided to take some action. i saw some cool pix online of raised beds on wheels, and decided to do it myself on the cheap. we paid maybe $50 in lumber costs, and I paid about $50 for enough good dirt (5 45kg bags plus two wheelbarrows full of crepe dirt to go on the bottom). and like the best modifications to a rental house, when we leave we can just set it on fire (just kidding, although it is sort of a plus....)
so now i have a place to plant my dwarf blue corn (special for containers), tomatillos, cherry toms, eggplants, and ancho chiles.
Sorry for the crepe pix but i had to send a photo to my friend who sent the seeds, and figured while i was dicking about with the camera, i would post here too.