Anleolife 8×4×2ft Oval White Raised Garden Bed Review 03

She is a newer to raised bed gardening, who used to do bucket gardening. Even though she mistakes the size of the bed, she accomplishes filling that relatively huge container compared to a bucket. It's definitely a nice start for her new gardening experience.

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8x4x2ft Oval White Raised Garden Bed

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They sent us a raised garden bed. The last three years we've done bucket gardens, so this is our first year doing a raised actual bed. This one is 6 ft by 4ft 3 ft deep, we stuffed the bottom with tree trunks and branches and things like that our buddy H owns a pallet mill cut us some slats to fill up some of the way. We got some cheap top soil to fill in the edges to like stack that up and we clearly are going to have to put in more dirt the first year. We did bucket gardens, we got a lot and then as the things underneath deteriorate you're able to put in more soil, so we'll have about 1ot of good soil over top of the wood and everything underneath. It's really sturdy easy to assemble, comes with everything you need follow along if you want to see us plate thanks we also have two cute Garden helpers.

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A Kind Guide to Lasagna Gardening in Raised Garden Beds

As more and more people take up gardening, raised bed gardening has become increasingly popular. One of the most effective and sustainable approaches to filling a raised garden bed is known as lasagna gardening, also called sheet composting. This method is efficient and environmentally friendly, making it an ideal choice for novice and experienced gardeners. In this post, we will delve into the details of lasagna gardening and provide a step-by-step guide on implementing this approach in your raised garden bed.

What is Lasagna Gardening?

Lasagna gardening is a no-dig, no-till gardening method that involves layering organic materials to create nutrient-rich soil for planting. The concept is similar to making a lasagna dish, hence the name. By layering different types of organic matter, such as kitchen scraps, yard waste, and compost, gardeners can create a fertile growing environment without the need for traditional tilling or digging. This approach improves soil structure and promotes healthy microbial activity, which is essential for plant growth.

Lasagna gardening is all about the layers. Newspaper or cardboard makes up the base to cover existing grass and deter weeds (4 to 6 sheets of newspaper or a single layer of cardboard). The newspaper or cardboard will prevent light from reaching the vegetation underneath, stopping its growth.

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