Raised Bed Gardening For Beginners

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Raised Bed Gardening For Beginners: Discover The Secrets For Building An Incredible Garden

English | 2020 | ASIN: B08DP63NC1 | 70 Pages | PDF/AZW3/EPUB/KINDLE | 18.9 MB

Do you want to learn how to everything you need to know to start gardening? If yes, then keep reading…

Traditional gardeners have been making use of raised beds to grow their vegetables for many years. They would double dig the beds, creating circular or rectangular mounds a foot or so high with the sloping edges on the sides of the beds. This is especially effective in areas that receive lots of rain since it guarantees good drainage. Additionally, it allows a bit more space to grow your veggies.

Companion planting works perfectly on raised beds. Those vegetables which need more space for their roots like carrots would be planted on top while others like leeks and onions would fill up the space on the sides of your beds. The latter repels pests and would act as a shield for the carrot plants on the top of the bed.

These are but a few of the numerous benefits of gardening in raised beds. Therefore, it is not surprising to find that our modern-day gardeners are turning their attention with more frequency to this method. They have added a twist though, now solid frames replace these sloping sides to give the raised beds a distinct and well-defined structure. What this means is that you can make the beds as high or tall as you want them to be without the danger of soil runoff when it rains.

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