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A raised bed for the garden is a nice way to plant vegetables and herbs. You have an easy access to the plants in the raised gardening bed and save your back while working in the garden. You don't have to buy a raised garden bed in store because building it by yourself is very easy. Our step by step diy shows you exactly how to build it and how to fill it that your plants grow as fast as possible.
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Fired Up - Gardener says she fills her raised beds with 3-4" of paper shred, then quickly burns it to kill the weeds. She said it did not leave a mark on the wood. I would top with cardboard afterwards for extra weed protection,
Build your own raised bed. Get more food from better soil with less water with raised beds. Landscape designer Linda Chisari shares her design (and materials list), along with advice on sizing and adding a convenient irrigation system.
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