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Backer Bethany4 aug, 8:24

Tips How to Build a U-Shaped Raised Garden Bed

Creating your own home garden is not always an easy task, but with this DIY U-Shaped garden, it will be easier than you may have thought. Not only is the soil quality better in a raised garden, it will drain better as well. If you have short arms, you may have a little trouble reaching all of the plants in a normal garden, but with a U-Shaped garden, that is no longer a problem.
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• Circular saw
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• Hammer
• Trowel
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Clifford Amy4 aug, 8:24
10 gallons of coconut coir
5 gallons of sifted compost (Hopefully you’re composting at home)
2 gallons of worm castings
8 quarts of organic vermiculite
5 cups of Azomite
I like to mix in each ingredient at a time.
1. So first I put down the coconut coir, then I added my sifted compost and used my hands to incorporate them together.
2. I repeated that with the worm castings and vermiculite.
3. Lastly I added the azomite (be careful not to breathe the ...Show more...
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