Everything you should know planting a raised bed garden

Everything you should know planting a raised bed garden

Using Raised Garden Bed to plant in your gardening is a very effective way. It's also a great solution that lets you use limited space to grow more plants. In this article, you will learn everything about planting a raised bed garden.

The benefits of a garden raises bed

✔Use limited space to grow more plants. You can use succession planting or vertical supports to Make the most of every inch of space. Keep plants close to each other to reduce waste of space.

✔Make your plants have better soil. Even if the soil in your location is not ideal, you can collect good soil for raised beds. Because the lush growth of plants cannot do without an ideal soil blend.

✔An ideal way for planting newbies. For planting novices, using raised beds is a very useful shortcut. Even if you have never gardened, you can still have a lush garden.

A child planting with his father

✔No need to spend a lot of time dealing with weeds. Because many plants have been planted in a limited space, there is no room for weeds to grow. Even if weeds grow, they will quickly become impossible to grow.

✔Manage pest problems more effectively. Compared with a large area of planting land, Raised Garden Bed is easy to control pets.It also can reduce the harm of animals which eat the seeds.

✔Customize the soil suitable for plants. Different plants may require different soil environments. Using an elevated garden bed allows you to customize the soil to make plants grow better.

planting a raised bed garden

The plant can be placed everywhere. This is a good way to enjoy the country lifestyle for people in the city. You can put this garden bed in your yard, patio, or any empty place.

Make your planting process easier. When caring for your plants, you can reduce your body's bending.

How to choose a raises bed?

Bosonshop has provides five style Raised Garden Bed. The Square Raised Garden Bed,Rectangle Raised Garden Bed,Raised Garden Bed with Stand,3 Tier Raised Garden Bed and 7.5 Feet Raised Garden Bed.

Square Raised Garden Bed

Rectangle Raised Garden Bed

Raised Garden Bed with Stand

3 Tier Raised Garden Bed

7.5 Feet Raised Garden Bed

The material of the elevated garden bed is divided into steel and wooden. Both materials are suitable for plant growth.

There are four things you should consider when choosing an elevated garden bed.

First - Is the material of the raised garden bed safe for humans and plants? Is the edge sharp and will not harm your skin?

Second - Whether the structure is sturdy? whether it can easily fix soil and plants?

Third - Whether it is easy to install, you can install it in a few minutes?

Fourth -Is it a bottomless design? This is beneficial to the natural drainage of water and protects the roots of plants.

Many fruit and vegetable

How do you prepare a vegetable garden for a raised bed?

Some people say that when you finish preparing the raised garden bed, more than half of your gardening is completed. Complete the preparation work, and the less work you will have afterward, the higher the possibility of the lush vegetation you have.

Check the soil and remove weeds like horsetail.

Assemble suitable soil and compost.

Set stakes or poles and trellises for tall crops. If you want to plant tomatoes, peas, pole beans, or other plants which will need pole support. It is time to set these.

Add mulch above to your soil. It can prevent the loss of precious nutrients and prevent the growth of weeds.

Wait for the soil to warm up before planting. If you start planting at an inappropriate time, your seeds may rot due to suffocation. You should wait until the soil temperature reaches 60 degrees Fahrenheit (15 degrees Celsius) before planting. 68-80 degrees Fahrenheit (20-30 degrees Celsius) is best for germination.

planting Strawberry in a raised bed garden

Where to put Raises bed?

The advantage of the garden raised bed is: you can put this garden bed in the yard, terrace, or any open area.

What do you put in the bottom of a raised garden bed?

You should put grass clippings, leaves, wood chips, or other organic materials at the bottom of the raised garden bed; And on top of it,you should put cardboard. In this way, organic materials will become compost, and cardboard will prevent weeds.

How do you fill a raised bed cheaply?

The cheapest way to fill garden raised beds is to use any material you can find around. For example, in the garden, school, or forest, look for leaves, soil, wood chips, compost, etc. These are free and the cheapest method.

What can I plant in a raised bed?

planting a raised bed garden

You can grow garlic, carrots, flowers, lettuce and other vegetables, such as spinach, Swiss chard, kale and cabbage, cucumbers, onions, various herbs, peppers (I usually grow at least one kind of pepper to make habanero jelly, and various Plant other sweet peppers), chi-root vegetables such as beets and carrots.

 planting a raised bed garden

planting a raised bed garden

What vegetables should be planted together in a raised bed?

If you grow onions, garlic or basil, you can grow tomatoes with them. In this way, a lot of pests can be removed, and the basil also has a strong tomato flavor. Pairing cabbage when you grow radishes and marigolds will help protect the roots.

Multistep 3 Tier garden bed

What vegetables should not be planted together?

Some plants are not suitable for planting together maybe because Each will compete for the main resources, or one plant will attract insects that seriously harm another plant.

You should not plant tall plants such as tomatoes next to bush beans, because tomatoes are likely to cover the beans.

Black walnuts can interfere with garden plants such as tomatoes, eggplants, and corn; garlic and onions are also thought to interfere with the growth of beans and peas; and other plants that are considered incompatible:

✔Asparagus is grown with mint and onion

Beans and mustard near the beets

Carrots near fennel and dill

Cucumbers, pumpkins, radishes, sunflowers, pumpkins, or tomatoes near the potato hills

Any member of the cabbage family near the strawberry

Cabbage, cauliflower, corn, dill, and potatoes near tomatoes.

 

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