Dateline January 27, 2012. My goodness! Planting seeds in the middle of winter? Dori pokes and plants more radish seeds into the garden bed once we had experience and confidence from using low tunnels during cold snaps to protect the veggies in our raised garden beds. Since winter of 2011 we've grown green, bunching, red & white onions, lettuce, rads, carrots, Arugula, etc. from September thru April, emboldened by the reliable use of #lowtunnels #quickhoops during winter.
Removable Raised garden Bed Fence --- you know, this idea could be modified and used for normal fencing. #vegetablegardeningideasfenced #gardenpesttips #OrganicGardeningTips #FenceLandscaping #gardenfences
Learn how to build a smarter raised garden bed (no weeds, no pests) for your spring garden. #smarterhomeimprovement
By moving the 8' long 1/2" diameter plastic tubes outside of the #Raisedbeds , we get a lower (slightly warmer) silhouette when the #LowTunnels are covered during frost snaps in North Texas. We also recover a bit more growing area by moving the existing #QuickCover tubes outside of the raised garden beds. Instead of punching pilot holes through the weed suppression fabric in the aisles, we pounded 12" long 3/8" diameter rebar 6-8" into the surface & socketed the bent PVC "ribs" over the…
Raised Beds: Purchase two boards (which are naturally rot-resistant) - cut in half making long. Cut into four pieces a length of a pine stake to nail the cedar boards to at corners. Each box costs less than ten dollars.