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GROWING VEGETABLES IN SMALL SPACES (Part 2)

Réjean Millette April 4th 2024 85 views

GROWING VEGETABLES IN SMALL SPACES (Part 2)

GROWING VEGETABLES IN SMALL SPACES (Part 2)

 

Every square inch matter in a small vegetable garden. Here are practical tips for increasing your bounty. This article was published on Garden Design website and a part of it is posted on our website with the permission of Garden Design by Anne Balogh; 

 

Grow vegetables in raised beds

 

Raised garden beds are also a great option—if you have a level foundation on which to build them. Compared with in-ground beds, they offer the advantages of easier access, better drainage, and faster warming of the soil in the spring. “Digging and tilling beds in the ground is great, but it can take a few years to build up really good soil. Raised beds filled with a mix of good soil and compost will get beginners off to a good start. Even a bed as small as 4x4 feet will hold a lot of vegetables and be manageable,” says Susie Middleton, an avid kitchen gardener. 

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