Lasagna Gardening, can you start in the spring?
My parents and I have recently built homes next to one another and have tons of land, but our soil is not the greatest. The spot where we would love to have our garden is where a lot of trees were cut down so we still have tons of stumps that would need to be removed before having a regular in ground traditional garden. I have just recently learned about "lasagna gardening" and thought it would be ideal for us and our situation. We didn't start a garden last year as we had just finished the building process and was trying to grow grass. lol. This year I decided to do raised beds and container gardens. But after learning of the Lasagna Gardens I wonder if it is too late to do it now. Can you start them in the spring or do you have to start the beds in the fall to let them cook over the winter?