my garden board on Pinterest.
The next step was to rake the soil until it was all smooth to make sure the bed was free of unwanted bits and parts.
So after pouring, shoveling, mixing and sifting, the final step was raking. This is how nice and clean the soil looked after all those steps were done. BEAUTIFUL! You can see the bed in the back is still yet to be done. It has not been sifted and raked yet.
Trying to figure our how to mark your plants? This is how my honey marked what we were planting. He just stapled the plant marker to the bed frame in line with the plant. I really liked that genius idea!
Raised Bed Garden (Part 1)
Raised Bed Garden (Part 2)
It doesn't have to be done all at once. It is a slow process in the works! C-ya next time!
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