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Raised bed garden (pics)

Posted by Schutjer NE Iowa (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 13, 05 at 17:35

This is our raised bed garden that we built this early summer. It's now full of plants etc.

http://www.pbase.com/fishcube/garden

Strawberries, Beefmaster tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, peas, Pumpkin, and flowers. This is my first garden. We look forward to having tons of strawberries next year.

I just love it, and the plants are flourishing.

Sharon


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RE: Raised bed garden (pics)

That is a gorgeous raised bed Sharon! I have a raised bed veg garden also, but it is just a rectangle, not nearly as lovely as yours. The plants do thrive in the nice, rich soil though. Congrats, you should be very proud!


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RE: Raised bed garden (pics)

Simply beautiful. Mine are just rectangular beds too. Bur Sharon, it looks so lonely out there. It needs more companions. Build more of them.
Thank you for sharing. :-)


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