Raised Beds

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Raised beds are brilliant for challenging spaces. In cities there may be little or no open ground and on allotments the soil may be full of heavy clay, waterlogged or simply too overgrown to garden on, all of which take time to cultivate. They’re great for school playgrounds, encouraging our children to grow their own. Raised beds are also perfect for community garden spaces, contributing to social interaction and providing opportunities for people with restricted physical ability to garden.

Moving away from the obvious advantages, they’re easy to net and cover to . . . Show More >

Raised beds are brilliant for challenging spaces. In cities there may be little or no open ground and on allotments the soil may be full of heavy clay, waterlogged or simply too overgrown to garden on, all of which take time to cultivate. They’re great for school playgrounds, encouraging our children to grow their own. Raised beds are also perfect for community garden spaces, contributing to social interaction and providing opportunities for people with restricted physical ability to garden.

Moving away from the obvious advantages, they’re easy to net and cover to protect your plants, add support frames to and most are nice and simple to erect. There is one golden rule for raised beds, and that’s the importance of the soil. Don’t skimp on quality soil to fill your raised beds, and feeding the soil regularly is important, as the nutrients will need replacing eventually. A good compost or green manure crop once a year will maintain your soil structure.


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Raised beds are brilliant for challenging spaces. In cities there may be little or no open ground and on allotments the soil may be full of heavy clay, waterlogged or simply too overgrown to garden on, all of which take time to cultivate. They’re great for school playgrounds, encouraging our children to grow their own. Raised beds ar. . . Show More >

Raised beds are brilliant for challenging spaces. In cities there may be little or no open ground and on allotments the soil may be full of heavy clay, waterlogged or simply too overgrown to garden on, all of which take time to cultivate. They’re great for school playgrounds, encouraging our children to grow their own. Raised beds are also perfect for community garden spaces, contributing to social interaction and providing opportunities for people with restricted physical ability to garden.

Moving away from the obvious advantages, they’re easy to net and cover to protect your plants, add support frames to and most are nice and simple to erect. There is one golden rule for raised beds, and that’s the importance of the soil. Don’t skimp on quality soil to fill your raised beds, and feeding the soil regularly is important, as the nutrients will need replacing eventually. A good compost or green manure crop once a year will maintain your soil structure.


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Raised beds are brilliant for challenging spaces. In cities there may be little or no open ground and on allotments the soil may be full of heavy clay, waterlogged or simply too overgrown to garden on, all of which take time to cultivate. They’re great for school playgrounds, encouraging our children to grow their own. Raised beds are also perfect for community garden spaces, contributing to social interaction and providing opportunities for people with restricted physical ability to garden.

Moving away from the obvious advantages, they’re easy to net and cover to protect your plants, add support frames to and most are nice and simple to erect. There is one golden rule for raised beds, and that’s the importance of the soil. Don’t skimp on quality soil to fill your raised beds, and feeding the soil regularly is important, as the nutrients will need replacing eventually. A good compost or green manure crop once a year will maintain your soil structure.

Raised beds are brilliant for challenging spaces. In cities there may be little or no open ground and on allotments the soil may be full of heavy clay, waterlogged or simply too overgrown to garden on, all of which take time to cultivate. They’re great for school playgrounds, encouraging our children to grow their own. Raised beds are also perfect for community garden spaces, contributing to social interaction and providing opportunities for people with restricted physical ability to garden.

Moving away from the obvious advantages, they’re easy to net and cover to protect your plants, add support frames to and most are nice and simple to erect. There is one golden rule for raised beds, and that’s the importance of the soil. Don’t skimp on quality soil to fill your raised beds, and feeding the soil regularly is important, as the nutrients will need replacing eventually. A good compost or green manure crop once a year will maintain your soil structure.

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