If you are looking to start a vegetable garden, perhaps you want to explore the option of raised beds. They are a popular choice among beginning gardeners!
Raised beds are best for beginning gardeners who want a quick solution to building a garden, who don’t have access to a tiller, and who don’t have time to clear land. They are also ideal if you have poor-quality soil. When managed well, raised bed gardens can potentially yield much higher of a harvest in the same amount of space.
While raised beds come in all shapes, sizes, and materials, they have one thing in common. Regardless of how high you make them, raised beds open up to the ground, where the soil can obtain adequate drainage, and vigorous roots can access soil nutrients from below raised beds if necessary.
How do you get started with raised beds? These articles below will help you get started planning.
And when you get ready to build, keep in mind you have many options for filling your raised bed. Download my free Raised Bed Soil Options Guide for Any Budget to get you started.