First we planted the seeds and put them in an indoor green house in the kitchen.
Then we put eight truck loads of horse manure, shredded newspaper and hay on top of a layer of newspaper. The newspaper was also on top of our grass.
We then put in fifteen yards of top soil. We planted some potatoes and strawberry plants today.
We will also put mulch over top of the plants when they start to sprout a little.
The idea behind "Back to Eden" gardening is that you won't have to water much if at all because the mulch holds in the moisture. The mulch will also keep out a lot of the weeds. We have mulch from our local tree company. The mulch or wood in small pieces is not even but it will work.