Planning A Garden Bed Layout

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Raised Bed Garden Layouts Raised beds are often framed with wood, bricks or other materials, then filled with mixture of high-quality potting soil, compost and/or leaf mold. They drain well and are excellent for otherwise difficult areas such as stony.

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How Do You Plan A Garden Layout

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  • For odd-shaped gardens you can mark boundaries with lines or fences, which can be curved if necessary. To add plants, just click on the plant to pick it up, click on your plan where you want to place it, and then hold down your mouse button and drag to draw a whole row or block.
  • Jan 06, 2020 This raised garden bed plan uses the square foot gardening technique. The idea is simple. Carve out a square shape, create square-foot squares, line them up, and start planting! The technique is a great way to build a small yet intensively planted garden.
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