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We are at the foothills of the Ozarks, about 10 miles N of 1-40 at Atkins. Half of our property is wooded, half is pasture and garden land. I honestly have all the gardenable land anyone could ever want and it's a shame that I got out of gardening for so long! I am back into it full swing this year and am so excited!
Hi KellyMarie, I live southeast of Fayetteville in the Ozark National Forest. Our place is covered with mostly oaks except where the house and garden are. We had to carve out a little bit of sun for the garden. Raised beds about 272 sq. ft. of plant-able space. Work full time so the garden doesn't get the attention it needs but still plug along at it. Do mostly summer garden with a few spring plantings of peas and lettuce.