Easy DIY Raised Garden Beds

DIY, Gardening, Projects

  1. logan wilhelm says:

    Looking terrific! So like the irrigation you installed, what a time and plant saver!!!! You two are one heck of a great team!

  2. Maeve says:

    That’s a great garden! Very big! I’m back to gardening this year and I love it. A great resource I have found is Old World Garden Farms. I get their emails and they have been most helpful.

  3. Karen says:

    Looks wonderful! Here’s to many years of veggies! Might I make a suggestion? It’s going to take a ton of pea gravel to fill up that space and it’s very expensive. A friend of mine who runs a greenhouse uses grass clippings around his planters. He just dumps the clippings after he mows. It makes a nice weed free area and they are soft so when you crouch down to harvest or weed, you have a nice soft surface to sit on your knees. Pea gravel will hurt! It’s also free!! He has done this several years in a row and it works like a charm. Just a suggestion!

    • Shayna says:

      Thank you for the suggestion! We are in the process of planning the rest of the landscaping for the back yard so we’ll see what we come up with! 🙂

  4. Laurie says:

    Very nice…

  5. […] did most of the work, but I helped where I could. Not only did we install an entire garden with garden boxes, but Todd also finished installing our backyard sprinkler system and we had grass growing in time […]

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