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If you are keen on growing a garden and does not have more than
enough resources to start on, you may want to consider using some great
books or even how-to resources on the net to grow fabulous plants at
home. As with all gardening preparations, great soil is the secret.

Plants necessitate an excellent groundwork to flourish. Their roots
supply moisture, nutrients and even air. They also make a steady support
from which all plants can transfer to their leaves, stalks and shoots
their food requirements.

Unfortunately, not a lot of us have perfect beds in our back yards. My
soil has too much clay. It's very wet during the winter and it gets as
hard as concrete in the summer. Some people struggle with sandy soil
that loses moisture very quickly.

Raised bed gardens are a great choice for gardeners confronted with poor
soil problem.

When you build a raised bed for your herbs, you provide them a wonderful
opportunity to grow unimpeded. Their roots will luxuriate in richer,
fluffier soil that offers just the right balance of moisture?

Are you ready to build raised beds?

You can frame your raised beds with any materials you have on hand. I
built my raised beds with concrete blocks. Some people use hay bales.
You can also use landscaping timbers, but be careful not to use
chemically treated timbers or rail road ties as these are full of
contaminants that may leach harmful chemicals into your soil. This is
never a plus, but its especially harmful if you're going to be eating
the plants you grow.

Depending on what soil conditions you have underneath, the best
objective is to have your beds elevated six to twelve inches on top of
the usual soil line. If you are planning some raised bed gardens above
your concrete driveway, you can do it by all means, so long as you have
adequate soil in your bed.

Once your bed is in its permanent position, the final step is to fill it
with soil. Prior to filling the bed with soil, rake or aerate the area
within the box so as to loosen the dirt and offer your plants with
longer roots to grow. This is crucial for perennial herbs and other
plants such as asparagus, which is a deep-rooted kind of plant. The next
important aspect is to improve the soil with organic matter. Add some
finished compost into your raised bed garden. You can cut costs
significantly by making your own compost, but you can plan on filling
your raised bed with compost available from garden centers in bags.

Building your own raised bed gardens are a great way to grow flowers,
herbs, fruits, and vegetables. You can start on a small patch of herbs
or vegetables, and in no time you will enjoy your reaps of rewards.
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