Plan A Raised Vegetable Garden Beds
Raised vegetable garden beds – Preparing the soil quality, to select the appropriate vegetables to grow and plan. One difference lies in the soil water drainage. Raised beds increase the speed of drainage and require more frequent watering and fertilizing than ground-level beds.
Select the types of vegetables you want to plant in your raised garden by choosing vegetables you will consume most often. Diagram how many rows you need every vegetable. Place a few sticks along opposite sides of the raised garden and tie lengths of string between the couple to section off the vegetables. On the left-facing side write what vegetables you intend to plant on the side of the dividing line. Sow seeds or seedlings in the respective sections inside the raised vegetable garden beds.
Water raised garden, as you discover the need. The structure of having a raised naturally increases the soil drainage, so that it is often necessary to water the garden as often as daily. To determine if the raised garden needs watering, keep your finger in the soil and feel for moisture or look for wilting leaves. Increase the frequency of fertilizer can increase watering. Water drains quickly from raised vegetable garden beds. A successful raised garden requires add fertilizer more often.