If things change quickly, it never hurts to have a plan B, C, or D. Arthritis is creeping up on me, and while I still have most of my regular garden beds, I am experimenting this year with an elevated series of wooden beds. I only have to spot water, weeding is amazingly easy without stooping, and it offers my wife an easy access kitchen garden.
I’ve fabricated hoops over the beds for putting up remay and greenhouse plastic for extended-season gardening.
For those familiar with the Catalan custom of Caganer, you’ll notice last year’s figure at work fertilizing the garden. I’d suggest this as a worthwhile plan for many other politicians rather than plotting skullduggery at the public expense.
Get to work, Donald; there are copious amounts of fertilizer left.