When considering planting a garden, you should take a look at planting a raised garden bed. They offer plenty of benefits to planting, and have a rather aesthetically pleasing look as well. They’re good for those that have bad backs, as they’re easier to work in. You can plant even if your soil is contaminated, as a raised bed can be filled with clean soil. They help keep critters and varmints out of your food. And, even better, you can easily build a raised bed in a day or less.
There’s a process involved, of course, and it starts with planning. Consider the following four points:
Assuming you’ve done your planning and your measuring and shopping, we’ll get into building the beds. There’s many different ways you can go about this part, as it depends on the design and style you want to have in your yard. There are many option when it comes to choosing lumber. You can choose recycled pallet boards, railroad ties, or some 2×6 boards. For these instructions, though, we’re going to go with a simple wooden frame bed.
You can, of course, treat and stain your lumber for a more sophisticated look. Adding paint can add a pop of color and design to your yard as well. Gardens aren’t just for practicality, after all, they’re also a way to add fun and beauty to your lives!
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