You can grow up to 10 times the amount of produce in the same space with raised beds. In a raised garden box, you keep outside weeds from your garden soil, prevent water run off and soil compaction, and worry about less slugs and snails and other garden pests.
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See a step-by-step slideshow of one of our columnists creating a raised bed garden. Pick the perfect spot. Choose the material for your raised bed. Determine bed size and layout. Build your raised beds. Line the bottom of your beds. Fill your raised beds with soil. Plant your veggies.
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A productive vegetable garden depends on good soil. With a raised bed, you start fresh with the ideal soil blend â€” even if the soil on your site is poor. Because raised beds are densely planted, weeds have little room to grow. And when they do find space, it's easy to pull them from the loose, rich soil.
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