What To Know Before Building A Raised Garden Bed

So, you have decided to install a raised garden bed to grow some veggies or flowers. But, have you considered all aspects of raised beds before beginning? Like any project, you need to spend some time researching the raised beds. With careful analysis and planning, you can save money while getting things right the first time. It helps you eliminate unnecessary headaches and loss of money. Here are some things you might need to take note of:

Determine Size Of Raised Beds

Before starting, you need to decide on the size of the raised beds. In most cases, these beds have a width of three to four feet while the length may vary from six to eight feet. Choose the right size to ensure you can work in them. Easy reach into the bed from any side makes it comfortable to dig, plant, and weed. Height is also an important aspect that you need to decide on depending on the type of plants you choose.

Vego Garden's metal raised beds are modularly designed with flexible configuration options to fit any back or front yard space. Check out our 6-in-1, 9-in-1, 10-in-1 and round beds for details.

Vego Garden's metal raised beds are modular designed with flexible configuration options to fit any back or front yard space

The Perfect Spot

After determining the size, you have to find the perfect spot to place the raised bed. You need to find a space with ample sunlight. Don't restrict yourself to the backyard as you can choose your driveway or front yard, too!

Watering Your Plants

It is important to water the plants in the raised garden, so, you'll need easy access to a water source when you find a place for your raised garden. You can also opt for a drip irrigation system with a line running from the water source like a tap or rain barrel to the raised garden.

Choose The Right Plants

If you have sunlight for six hours, you can grow almost anything in your raised beds. When choosing the type of plant, you need to consider soil depth, too.

By considering all these factors, you can plan the raised garden carefully to grow and get more yield.

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