Published in Garden Ideas by admin at Saturday, November 18th 2017 11:17:36 AM.
There are several raised bed garden designs that you can adopt in your home and in that small garden of yours. The designs always have impressive impact on the garden, no matter how big or small the bed may be. Raised bed makes your garden far more productive than ever. If you are planting vegetables on the lawn, the vegetables will yield more than ever. You can make the soil more productive by enriching the soil.
Some of the most common forms of raised bed garden designs involve the use of wooden pallets. The soil is poured right inside the pallet and it has the same effect like any other forms of raised bed garden designs. It had been used by many and it is far more preferable than many other designs. For one, the soil can be kept in place and it will not scatter this will help reduce nutrient loss. Additionally, rain drop will not affect the nutrients and lead to leaching like it would be the case with some other types of design.
The only challenge with the design described above is that it takes time to complete and it will cost you some money. You will need money to make the pallets and you will have to spend some time heaping the soil into the pallet. However, this type can be placed in any part of your yard; all you have to do is place the pallet where you want to establish the garden and transfer soil from your yard with a pan or bucket into the pallet. You can equally transform it to balcony garden design if you so desire.
Instead of going through any of the challenges mentioned above, you can as well raise the soil like you are making heaps. This conventional raised bed may cause some physical exertions, but it is not as time consuming as the first method discussed, neither will it cost you money to complete. All you need is a hoe and other simple farm implements to complete it. This vegetable garden design is ever interesting.