Raised Bed Gardening

Raised Bed Gardening : How to Build a Raised Bed Garden

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Raised bed gardening is the type of gardening wherein the soil bed is raised for about 6 inches or waist high before planting. Unlike traditional gardening, raised bed gardening is not directly planting the crops on the ground but creating boxes of plots first before planting. There are many advantages of raised bed gardening and one of the main advantages is the fact that it offers stress-free planting and harvesting of the crops. Since the soil bed is raised waist high, gardeners do not have to bend down much in order to plant or harvest their crops.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 32 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 2mm | 59g
  • English
  • 1490489541
  • 9781490489544
  • 1,740,612

About Timothy Tripp

Timothy Tripp is a published author who specializes on gardening topics. Gardening is the passion of his life and he enjoys all aspects of it. For Timothy gardening is a an endless source of inspiration as well as the way of relaxing. He thinks that garden is like a painting and it is up to you how well you paint it. Timothy wrote books on various gardening subjects including container gardening, vertical gardening, herb gardening, raised bed gardening, aquaponics and other. In his books he focuses on giving quality and actionable information to the actual readers. Timothy thinks that being a gardener is much more than just planting and maintaining plants it is also a way of living and expressing your attitude to the world. He thinks that gardening is one of the most delightful experiences that exist.
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