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A guide about the advantages of raised garden beds

A guide about the advantages of raised garden beds

The process of making raised garden beds comes with a lot of benefits and advantages. It is also known as garden boxing. Raised garden beds are ideal to grow smaller plots of flowers and veggies. They have the ability to keep your garden safe from any type of pathway weeds and allow the soil to remain free of compaction. Moreover, the process allows good drainage of water and the beds act as a barrier for any kind of pests including snails and slugs. As the raised garden beds are at a height of almost 6 inches from the ground, they allow the soil of your garden to keep from eroding or getting washed away in the event of heavy rainfall. In a lot of regions, the gardeners may make a plantation earlier in the plantation season as the soil is better drained and warmer while it is higher than the rest of the ground.

As the level of the soil is raised from the surface of the ground, the back strain is also reduced while bending over in order to tend the raised garden bed. This feature is makes gardening convenient for people with back aches or older gardeners. If you take some effort in making a good bed, the gardener may also possibly sit on the bed’s edge while he is weeding. For some of the gardeners, this feature is considered to be the biggest advantage of raised garden beds.

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