Category Archives: Raised beds

Soil Structure and Its Effect on Plant Growth

One of the major tenants of garden lore that is mentioned, but rarely talked about in any detail, is the need to pay attention to garden soil structure. Too often a beginning gardener becomes disappointed with their early efforts, not … Continue reading

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Now’s the time to plan your spring garden!

Sure, winter is in full spring. As I write this it’s snowing outside and the temperatures are expected to drop into the teens over the next few days. So why even talk about gardening? Well, I’m not actually talking about … Continue reading

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Say Yes to an Early Spring Salad!

Sure, it might be winter outside right now, but before you know it spring will be rushing past! That’s why even in January, I’m making seed purchases and getting ready for a fantastic garden salad harvest that will be ready … Continue reading

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August Raised Bed Recap

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Getting the Most from the Least!

When planning a small raised bed space, try ranking the veggies you hope to grow. Continue reading

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June 2009 Raised Bed Report

A summary report of my raised bed production of vegetables so far this season. Continue reading

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My May Raised Bed Production

As May is the first real growing month of the season there was not a lot of production. Continue reading

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