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Raised bed gardening is an almost effortless way for gardeners of all expertise levels to grow their own fresh fruits and vegetables, year-round. Unlike traditional gardening (in-ground), raised bed gardening can use significantly less space. It is also a great alternative for those who have less than perfect soil, rocky soil, poor drainage, or perhaps have physical limitations that do not allow for bending, squatting, and working difficult soil.
Traditional gardening typically has the gardener working directly in the soil available to him or her in the backyard. Some of us are not fortunate enough to have rich garden soil that is easy to turn and simply bursting with the nutrients that your vegetable plants will need to thrive. Rocks, clay, and poorly draining soil are just some of the obstacles that can keep you from growing that garden of fresh fruits and vegetables.
The solution is to build up, start with fresh soil that meets all of your needs, and have much better control over your garden.
Regardless of the size of your family, or the gardening experience that you have under your belt, raised beds afford you the opportunity to grow an incredible selection of fresh produce.
In This book you will find:
- Choosing The Suitable Building Materials
- Raised Bed Advantages
- How To Keep Weeds Away
- What Do You Add To The Ground
- Protect The Raised Garden
- Tricks And Secrets
- How To Seeding, Transplanting Of Vegetable Crops Through Raised Beds?
- Combinations for Companion Planting
- Common Mistakes to Avoid
- What Inquiring Minds Want To Know
- And Much More.
The concept of raised beds is not something new; for centuries it has been a much-utilized technique by gardeners and farmers alike. The idea of mounding soil to grow healthy crops has been demonstrated to have high success rates for a number of crops that may otherwise struggle in existing soil.
Raised bed gardening is quite unique in that the soil level in the beds can be anywhere from a few inches higher than the naturally occurring soil, up to several feet high for a raised bed that requires no bending to access.
The soil contained within the beds is typically no more than 4 feet wide, which allows for ease of maintenance, and ease of access. As with all gardens, in order to maximize your production, your raised beds should be situated in areas that get full sun. Full direct sun is required for the majority of fruits, vegetables, and ornamental flowers that you may wish to grow.
There are many great benefits of growing your own fresh fruits and vegetables. Raised bed gardens are for the gardener who wants to grow bumper crops of favorite vegetables, and for those who want to grow different varieties of flowers, such as roses or azaleas
You will find that growing your own fruits and vegetables is an incredibly rewarding process. Get the whole family involved for a project that is not just a lot of fun, but that is also a healthy activity for all. With your raised beds by your side, you are almost guaranteed to quickly develop that green thumb.
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- Verlag: Henry Taylor
- Erscheinungstermin: 24. Juni 2020
- ISBN-13: 9781393770213
- Artikelnr.: 59746401