DIY raised vegetable gardens – clever and creative ideas for gardening
The cultivation of a vegetable garden is the most convenient way to grow vegetables, especially if the basis for traditional gardening is insufficient. Usually, raised beds are rectangular, but the shape can also be triangular, octagonal or any other shape suitable for display.
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Elevated vegetable gardens offer many benefits in terms of landscaping. The gardener does not have to dig and the parters are easy to build. In addition, elevated plants are much easier to maintain, since there is virtually no weed. Elevated garden beds can be built in many styles and fit comfortably in most patios or balconies. Vegetables grow well in all types of containers. Beans, turnips, broccoli, asparagus, cabbage, carrots, leafy green vegetables, and cauliflower all feel well in vertically arranged containers.
Raised beds should not have a significant height. Even if they are less than 50 cm high, the soil can provide the plants with the necessary nutrition.
If you want to build a raised vegetable garden, it is better to place the beds in a room with plenty of natural light and near a source of water.
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If you need some optical inspiration, in the following images we have great ideas with DIY raised vegetable gardens
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