How to build a raised garden bed? Gardening and landscaping can be simple and if you wished to trim your outdoor space this article will help you with some ideas how you can transform your garden into a fantastic and welcoming space. Raised gardening is generally defined by lifting the soil above the ground into beds of various shapes. We shall give you some ideas how to build a raised garden bed using timber as well as some construction tips.
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How to build a raised garden bed – construction tips
Building a raised garden bed with landscaping timbers has many advantages for you and your garden. This makes it easier for plants to grow, because the bed can be filled with a richer soil and the soil in raised beds does not get compacted. There are some simple steps that you need to follow once you have asked yourself how to build a raised garden bed. The first step is to get the timbers that you will need for the frame. The size of the timber will depend on the size of your garden and the size of the bed you want to construct. The principle is the same for any size. Form a rectangle on the ground, doing the part that will be raised in the box. Outline the outer perimeter of the ground with a shovel or spade.
How to build a raised garden bed – Step 2: Dig a trench
Make a trench digging around the marked perimeter that you have done on earth and fill it with gravel.
Step 3: Establish landscaping timbers by placing them in the trench and line the angles in such a way so that they are combined in a clockwise order. Screw the timbers together.
Step 4: Drainage holes
Make some holes on the sides of the landscaping timbers that you just installed. Drill only one hole on the side of the width of the structure and two holes on the side length of the structure. Add soil and you are ready to plant!
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