Elevated Garden Beds – Planting in raised garden lands brings many benefits compared to planting on the ground. But the most important thing is that you can grow gardens even in contaminated areas. Also, if you have back problems, lifting the bed can be the perfect solution. But there is one drawback: You have to build a bed before you can start your garden. While garden beds are simple construction, they are still additional work.
So, to make your work easier, we have collected elevated garden beds. If you need some ideas or instructions, this list will definitely be very helpful. Even though raised garden beds are not permanent construction, you definitely don’t want to move or replace them after you put them on the ground. Especially after you add land and plants. That’s why before you start building, there are four things to consider:
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Plan elevated garden beds you want to put the bed. Usually, you want the area with the most sunlight. Unless you will plant plants that need shade. Plan how many beds you will need. One large bed is more cost effective than some small beds. But depending on what you are planting, a smaller bed might be a better idea. It is best to group similar plants and ‘best friends’ in one bed.