What’s not to love about raised garden beds. They’re easy to build, plan, plant and maintain. Find out why.
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Give raised bed gardening a try with this step-by-step tutorial from Scotts Miracle-Gro.
Take your garden to a higher level when you install raised garden beds. You will increase vegetable production, and save your back in the process.
Go green this fall by planting the season’s best lettuce, spinach and cole crops in your raised garden bed.
Get started now for a fall vegetable garden full of greens like lettuce and kale, and roots like radishes and carrots.
Storms can damage your landscape and garden. Take precautions to protect your plants.
Raised garden beds make it easy to start digging in to gardening.
Raised garden beds are an easy, low-maintenance way to grow vegetables. The soil generally warms earlier than that in the ground, which means many gardeners are able to plant earlier in the season.
Good soil is one of the essentials of a good lawn or garden. Doing a soil test is a simple and inexpensive way to help you improve your landscape.
A new planting season means your veggie bed deserves a makeover. Now is the time to improve soil and correct problems to ensure a successful harvest next year.