Hi all, I tried to create a vegetable garden near the backyard of my house. I planted the seedlings of various vegetables like tomato, cucumber, and some other root vegetables. I bought [url=https://stwilliamsnursery.com/products/#sthash.dREDkjJ8.dpbs]some tree seedlings and planted[/url] around the vegetables as a fence around them for protection against wind. The garden flourished well. My husband appreciated me for my effort. Then I decided to grow some vegetables in a raised bed. I tried to build a raised bin and planted some root vegetables in it. I used to irrigate them daily. But it did not work well. I don’t know the reason why it didn’t flourish well. Is it okay to grow root vegetables in a raised bed? Are there any other vegetables that can be used in raised bed? Do I need to improve the soil content?
By Janet R. Baughman on Thursday, April 12 at 09:49 AM
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