How To Build A Raised Garden Bed With Wood - Easy (EZ) & Cheap




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Kittys Market: Just came across your channel and your fantastic videos. Clicked the red button to show you our support. These raised beds looks super awesome. I really enjoy watching this video. Greetings from Norway. :)

Marcia R: Thank you for an easy plan. How are they holding up? Would you make any changes now that they have been used for a bit?

MnM FamilyFarm: how do you replace the boards when rotted without losing all the good dirt?

Joli Garcon: I was going to use concrete block but my friend suggested 6X6 landscape timbers 2 high. And make them 4 X 8. He said should last a many many years before rotting? But he's not a Gardner just a hand person who said they would make them for me. Do you have any pros or cons for me? I saved all my moving boxes to line them. My builder had to sow grass seed beyond my did where my garden is because it's building code for erosion or they want close house. Omg, it was Bermuda seed. But the landscaper said since it barely took sporadically in areas it would be easy to kill. Suggestions for getting rid of the Bermuda too, please. I'm turning the property into fruit trees outside the fenced vegetable area.

1337 Cinematography: I don't have a saw to cut my wood. Should I get one? I don't want to spend too much money on the saw though.

Alex C: Great design on those beds....Im going to be making some this weekend.Thankyou for being so concise and informative!I feel that I have learned much from your vids.

chance kiki: How long do they last for?

Carmela Rigby: Awesome!

R Herbert: The bed looks nice..., but..., maximum growth and yield of say, tomato plants, will likely not be achieved from the restricted volume of soil. Would this be suitable for smaller plants, such as beans? Also, why place cardboard in the bottom?

Daniel Adams: What type of wood do you use? I hear conflicting reports about pressure treated and cedar is very expensive near me

Michael Malm: In the past you have mentioned Mel Bartholomew's book. In this video I noticed that in making your soil, you did not add vermiculite. Is there a reason for this, and how has it worked out for you? Thank you for your time and effort. Mike

Tim Eady: Patrick, What about using boiled linseed oil to increase the life of a raised bed?

Rick Schulte: Gary, I'm changing my garden, would, in your view, a 2ft wide by 8ft long bed made as you showed, be enough for onions. Walla wallas,to feed a family of 5, plus visiting family­čśů.thank you, you have been inspirational, to me!!!!!!

fruuitjuice: THANK YOU!! soo much for this very informative well done video! This will be what I make for my raised bed!

alice nakajima: Another great video. We are hoping to build s couple more raised beds so this is very helpful. It seems that the most expensive thing is actually the soil to fill the bed since we build ours higher to save my back! What is the percentage of peat vs compost that you have here? Also would you add additional actual soil and or vermiculite?

Seth Rings: Thanks so much for the design and video! Both are great...made 2 beds that at 4x10 today. Thanks again... you rock!

Ari L: What peet

Jessica Theetge: great video. I am trying to convert my garden over to raised beds, slowly 1 bed at a time. but I don't want to damage what good I have done to my garden soil by burying it. what would be the best way to go about adding a raised bed on top of an existing bed? specifically what to do about the soil.

Dustin Haning: Do you use just a 50/50 mix of compost and peat? I've been reading square foot gardening and I'm really excited to start next year, but the vermiculite in "Mel's Mix" is so expensive and hard to find locally. Would be great to be able to just skip that. Seems like you do and it works great.

Rick J: very nice video. well explained... only a coupe of Qu's, how lond did this bed last you since it looks like the wood is Not Pressure treated and if using Non pressure treated wood is it a good idea to line the inside of the bed, if so, what with
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