Raised Bed Gardening


Surely there are a lot of you who like gardening, gathering fruits and vegetables and planting flowers. But this can become unpleasant when it comes to bugs which are spreading in your garden. There are several raised beds which you can buy from specialized shops, but they can cost a smaller fortune. Instead, we present you a book, which will guide you through all the secrets of gardening and will help you save a lot of money. In the book (here) you can also find advice about how to make your own raised beds. You will also find tips about different types of vegetables, what to make in order to protect them from snails and bugs and even some delicious recipes which you can make in your spare time. This is a useful book which will definitely make you like gardening even more. Raised Bed Gardening – low cost, high yield and simply done. And here a book  about Wood Pallet Projects: cool and easy-to-make projects for the Home and Garden.

9 Responses to “Raised Bed Gardening”

  1. Mansingh says:

    Hi, I like to have this book how I can get its free or anycost.
    Regards Mansingh

  2. Jimi says:

    worst idea ever seen… those planks are heavily chemically trethed!

    • Chuck says:

      Pallets are heat-treated in the US, so as to avoid use of any chemical in preservation, and are specifically stamped as such.

  3. Ashley says:

    Jimi – you have to get certain types of pallets – I hate when I see things recommending pallets and people don’t know they need to get certain ones as they can definitely be coated in chemicals and leaking into your garden for you to eat – NOT GOOD!

    However, if you look at the pallet stamp, US and HT should be on there – for made in the US and Heat Treated – I also like to know what my pallet shipped and a bit of background for use in my garden to grow edibles.

    I have a printing place that I get mine from so the pallets shipped paper boxes.

  4. Naz says:

    What does this have to do with bugs “spreading in the garden”? No need to put in pointless sentences, just stick to the point.

  5. karen says:

    Why do people read things like this with a negative attitude. The idea of recycling pallets is a great idea you just have to use your god given common sense. with the pallets it will be a lot easier to net your plants to protect them from bugs. I will definitely be putting this book on my list to read.

  6. Trish Ferdon says:

    Good to know. Thanks

  7. John says:

    1. “Worst idea ever” – No Jill. It’s an immaculate idea. Because this person knows what they are doing and also have knowledge beyond a single focus on-that knowing there are pallets created for different tasks. One would be carrying organic material or for short term use which would then be made from hickory, cedar, or NON-TREATED wood. How one couldn’t deduce a gardener with clear skill though the quality of their plants in these pictures would not be using chemically treated wood to produce these plants.. Think before lashing out, it makes you look ignorant.

    What does this have to do with bugs in the garden? Maybe your bad Google search had lead you to several sites with unwanted content and after, here you are. But if you would read the sentence before and after it clearly states in context an obvious reason for assembling the collection of words you deemed completely off point…. Vegetables attract destructive bugs. Those bugs can kill other plants aside from vegetables. Like FLOWERS. The author points out directly that collecting fruits and vegetables becomes and unpleasant experience when you go to grab a cantaloupe and it smushes in your hand only to expose maggot-like larvae in an orange soup you had thought about eating seconds earlier. Container gardens are NOTORIOUS in using them for reducing bugs and separating gardens into sections to limit the amount of plants that a bug or bugs may spread to.also – it’s easier to use net covers with raised garden beds. So please people. I know it’s sooooo easy to act like a complete DICK on the Internet, but try to at least bear a shade of intelligence while doing so because all you are doing is cluttering boards up albeit making for a long period of out loud laughter of disbelief for the rest of us trying to read posts that actually give knowledge that is useful. I’m being a dick but hey – at least I dropped knowledge on you thrips while doing so. *drop mic*

  8. S. L. Howard says:

    Try companion planting. It actually works!

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