Lasagne Garden over Bermuda grass?
This Spring I tilled up and planted our first vegetable garden in this house, and by this time I'm ready to pull up all the plants and be done with it. The grass is fuller and healthier than it was before, it's very hard and time-consuming to get it out (then when you have it all pulled out you have to turn around and do it again because it grows back so fast!) Our plants are doing very poorly and are starting to die.
So, back to the drawing board.
I've heard about people making lasagne gardens directly on top of their grass with cardboard, grass clippings, composted manure, dried leaves and rotting vegetable matter. Can this really be done on top of Bermuda grass, with little to no grass growing in the bed?
Please talk to me. Tell me your success stories with lasagne gardening and keeping that pesky annoying grass out of the garden.