The raised bed vegetable garden is the garden that saves your back when it comes to caring for your vegetable, herbs and flowers. They can come in many shapes and sizes all depending on the amount of prime space you have available at your disposal. There are many different ways of using raised bed gardening that actually work! There are many different ways that people argue over that are supposed to be better than the other:
One of the most favored methods that people agree upon as being the best way to give your raised bed gardening, a boost is the organic way. By using all of your old kitchen leftovers that are biodegradable, old newspapers that have been watered and mashed up, your newly cut grass ends and raked up leaves from the garden you can create compost that is amazing for your raised beds. Some people argue that adding the juice and zest of a lemon is also important where as others think it is not. It’s totally up to you that one! Place these things together between lavish amounts of store bought compose and your seedling to create the ideal environment for growing.
Another way that is constantly spoken about is the ideal way to grow vegetables within the family of pumpkins. If you have a corner that is spare then brush all of your leaves into that corner, your degradable rubbish, weeds, and other back yard unwanted mess. Add a few hand full’s of store bought or your own mix compost and plant your seeds. The effect is amazing! You will see in no time that your vegetables will really take off and even better you will see the pile disappear before your eyes!! So make sure that you keep feeding the pile.
The other way to make sure that your raised bed vegetable garden gets a real kick start is to get hold of some scraps of old unused natural carpet. Then use this in place of the newspaper or cardboard that you would normally use. The roots of the vegetables, herbs or flowers that you are growing find the weaving easier to adhere to and are successfully kept moist and watered by the carpet fibers that retain the moisture each time you water better than newspaper or cardboard ever would.