Here’s how to build and nourish a raised bed garden — enjoy the experience of growing and eating fresh organic produce whether you live in the suburbs or in an apartment Do you want to save money on groceries and live a self-sufficient life by growing your own food? Do you want to ensure that what you eat is free of harmful chemicals? Do you wish you could spend more time outdoors, enjoying the fresh air and moving your body? You can experience all these through gardening… and raised bed gardening offers an easy and simple way to get started! Raised bed gardening is extremely versatile and flexible because you can put your plants almost anywhere and build your raised bed out of various materials such as wood, stone, brick, and more! Raised bed gardens are also accessible to people with physical limitations as they can be elevated to any position making them very practical. What’s more, you can customize the size to make it work for your lifestyle — whether you live alone or with your entire extended family. One of the best things you can gain from having your own garden is having a regular source of fresh and healthy food that you know is free of toxic pesticides. But you may be wondering what it takes to build and care for a raised bed garden and make it thrive year after year. That’s how this beginner-friendly introduction to raised bed gardening can help you. In this guide, you will discover: The no-dig method created by expert gardener Charles Dowding — save yourself time and effort in starting a garden How to plan, build, and plant your own organic garden in just 3 days — and how to fill your bed properly with soil and compost to make it healthy The important factors that determine which plants you’ll have the easiest time growing — no need to waste time on guesswork! How to protect your plants from various pests and diseases without using harmful chemicals Why you have to keep a garden journal — and what contents you need to record How to plan your garden layout to ensure that your plants have everything they need to flourish 2 things to keep in mind when harvesting so you can eat your organic produce in its best condition How to choose the right materials for your raised bed to protect the soil from contamination The plants that thrive when planted together… and those that need to be kept apart 5 terms to look out for in a seed packet to ensure you’ll grow an organic garden How to keep your plants as safe and healthy as possible by making a good drainage system Guidelines for watering your garden to prevent future problems — know when and how to water your plants well The foundation of a fruitful and balanced garden — pay attention to this if you want to have better harvests and more luscious organic produce And much more. You don’t need to break the bank in order to get started with raised bed gardening — you can build one out of practically anything you may already have at home or in your backyard. And even if you don’t have any frames or containers, you can build your own wooden box frame following the step-by-step instructions in this guide or try the Hugelkultur method where you don’t need a box at all. Start equipping yourself today. You and your family will surely appreciate what you can gain from raised bed gardening! If you want to live a self-sufficient life and experience the joy of eating fresh organic produce straight from your own garden, then scroll up and click the “Add to Cart” button right now!
Book Length: Novella - 60-150 Pages