Josh looks at the benefits of raised garden beds. Subscribe: http://ab.co/GA-subscribe There’s lots of options in terms of costs and durability. They offer great access – around the garden and for those with limited mobility. [More]
This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook builds a wheelchair accessible raised garden. (See below for tools and a shopping list.) SUBSCRIBE to This Old House: http://bit.ly/SubscribeThisOldHouse Tools for How to Build a Wheelchair Accessible [More]
Raised beds are an awesome way to grow vegetables at home and an excellent alternative to in-ground gardens, especially if you’re cursed with poor, rocky, or clay-heavy soil. Be sure to give vegetables plenty of [More]
Terracing a slope can help with drainage problems, but it can also add functional gardening space. We’ll show you how to install a series of garden beds out of 6×6 pressure-treated lumber. Install a block [More]
Ever want to grow fresh veggies and flowers, but space is limited? A raised garden bed is a perfect solution! Here’s how to make one. Need more details? Find them here: http://low.es/1NNGdjK Subscribe to Lowe’s [More]
In this video, I show what happened to my steel-raised garden beds after 12 years of use. Also, I compare high-quality Birdies raised garden beds to other brands of steel beds to see which is [More]
How to assemble a raised bed garden in less than 5 minutes with no tools. This isn’t a scam or a joke, and I am blown away. We actually got these for $10 at Walmart [More]
#homestead #terracedgarden #bushlife Topsoil and finishing off the raised beds of our terraced vegetable garden was the first thing on our list. Building still needed to be done but we also had to figure out [More]
#vegetablegarden #bushlife #homestead Raised beds are a good bet for vegetable gardening at your cottage, camp homestead or even your house in the city. Here we figure out how to make terraced raised beds to [More]
Last year I setup some new raised beds and filled them almost exclusively with woodchips! See how well the woodchips have broken down at this point. (less than a year) Below are some links to [More]