Raised Vegetable Garden Plans

Mar 14th

Raised vegetable garden plans can give landscapes more dimension and style. They also reduce difficulties in retaining moisture and keep weeds at bay.

wood raised vegetable garden plans
wood raised vegetable garden plans

One idea of raised vegetable garden plans with wooden Crates, Search attic and storage shed for wooden crates discarded. Visit garage sales and flea markets to find an assortment of boxes or wooden boxes. Use them as it is by placing it in a sunny spot and fill with soil, or withdraw funds to expose soil underneath. Although crates and boxes can be a little smaller than you planned, try to combine several shapes and sizes to create a rustic display of raised beds overflowing with fresh vegetables

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Other option of raised vegetable garden plans is Rock and stone. Rock and stone are natural borders for raised beds. If you live in country or have a large yard, it is not difficult to find suitable stones. Select rocks that are similar in size and line perimeter of bed to give appearance of your garden sprang from nature, take time to sit at bottom of rocks in ground, instead of just placing them on top of earth. Fill in around base of stone with first land to secure them in place, and then fill remainder of bed.