Raised bed gardens are a great way to grow your own vegetables and herbs, but they do require some maintenance. I'll show you how to keep your raised bed garden healthy and productive.
Monitor your plants for signs of pests and diseases, and take action if necessary. Wilting, discoloration, or unusual growth will be obvious.
Supporting larger garden plants is essential. It also helps to improve air circulation, and create the most space in your garden.
Monitor your plants for signs of pests and diseases, and take action if necessary.
Soil in raised beds dries out more quickly than soil at the ground level, so it's very important to water your plants regularly.
A garden journal is a wonderful tool used to keep track of the important information, things that you observe, and experiences related to your garden.
Harvest your vegetables and herbs when they're ripe enough and enjoy the fruits of your labor!
With a little bit of care and determination, your raised bed garden will thrive for years to come. So get started today and enjoy the benefits of fresh, homegrown produce!