Do you need a bigger and better way to grow your vegetables, fruits or herbs? Do you want to build a raised-bed garden but don't know where to start?
This book will give you the tips and tricks that any gardener - beginner or experienced - needs to start using the benefits of a raised-bed garden. Keep reading to start learning.
You may think it's useless to build a raised-bed garden because most people have sufficient space and ground to plant things. But here's why you need to build a raised-bed garden anyway:
Poor Soil Maybe you don't have good soil in your area. That doesn't have to stop you from having your dream garden. You can make your own fertile soil area by using a raised-bed garden.
Better Drainage Depending on what type of soil you have, you may experience difficulties with sufficient drainage. Without enough drainage, your soil will contain too much moisture and not allow oxygen to reach the roots of your plants. This can lead to root rot issues and other illnesses. A raised-bed garden will help you aerate your soil and have good drainage.
Can be used in Limited Spaces Raised-bed gardens are ideal for a gardener with limited space such as a patio or urban backyard. It will give you much more space than you may have expected to have in those circumstances.
Easier to Manage There's no need to worry about tilling or weeding a large plot of land. All your plants are conveniently in one area and easy to handle.
Don't Need to Bend So Far If you suffer from back pain or general discomfort with bending over, you need to think about starting a raised-bed garden. It brings the garden to you at a comfortable height. Some beds can be lifted to where you barely need to bend at all.
Can be Enjoyable for the Kids: You can give the kids their own raised-bed garden and the responsibility and fun of taking care of it. They can enjoy the inner benefits and outer harvests of a garden.
Easier to Keep Weeds under Control You can keep your environment healthy because you have a smaller, limited garden area. Even if your garden is placed off of a field or the box is used to create a buffer, those weeds can be held back and controlled.
Looks Good The charm it produces is a part of what people appreciate from the unique planting method. The raised beds may be painted or designed to render the landscape aesthetically pleasing.
Now that you're curious about this book, here's some more topics you'll learn about in detail in it:
- Basic knowledge about raised bed gardening; its advantages and disadvantages.
- The materials, size & designs that are the best and cheap for building a raised bed garden.
- Soil mixtures that are suitable for raised bed gardening.
- DIY of Irrigation systems that can be used for a raised-bed garden.
- Types of vegetables, fruits & herbs you can grow in it.
- Tricks and techniques that can be very helpful for raising a bed garden.
- Information about companion crops, succession planting, and crop rotation.
- Recognition of garden pests and how you can control them.
- Last but not least, high yielding gardening secrets.
This book will not only explain those topics in detail, but also with images. So, hurry up and scroll to the top of the page and click the 'Buy Now' button.