"yes..., I agree. I am of the same mindset. no tilling, no hoeing.., no plowing. spend your time considering different ideas or crops. I'm guessing the pvc needs to be replaced every so often, so beyond that, very sustanable."
"Kimberly, the ID (inside dimension) of the planters is 3' X 6', and the height is 12". There are 23 planters in this particular garden. The nice thing about raised-beds is, even if you have a small plot, you can maximize space, effort…"
"Yes...! it's amazing...! This use to be a line row garden. Would have to work for a week or two before it would be ready to plant. Now, especially with working with the soil food web theories, it's virtually no work at all. Gardening…"
"yay..., spring is starting to sprung. last year this time three was two feet of snow on the ground. This year back to a somewhat regular type of season. raised-beds are warming nicely, so all the early spring items got in this weekend. with any…"
"If your raised-bed planters have sufficient height, you shouldn't need to worry about the root system penetrating below the raised-bed line. (12" seems to be the standard for semi sophisticated roots systems) If not, you do not want to…"
"thank you..., Well...., it would never have been created if I had to pay for it at the time. It was all scrap leftovers from a vinyl installation. Nice thing about raised-beds, you can make them out of just about anything and have great results. As…"
"Got to turn the soil the third week of April this year. Last year wasn't until Late May, and the 3 previous years was in late March. So an April turn looks good, now have to see how the next couple weeks go for planting. Lettuce, spinach and…"
Stephen, I love water gardens; don't have room for many. Love getting new ideas; I'm about half water garden, half cactus gardens. You can spend as much or as little time working on your water gardens as you like, just have to have the right design and balance.
"Deer and rabbits deposited manure into my gardens and lawn. Still to pull last of veggies and put away to compost. What would happen if I just left it in garden to decompose over winter, pea plants I mean?"