Here’s an easy DIY way to create FREE raised beds for your garden!
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Author: Plant Abundance
Excellent, I hauled some big rocks to edge my hugelkultur bed, a wattle fence sure would have been easier, haha. It was still free though and that’s always a good thing 🙂
It looks like everything is doing fantastic in your natural raised bed garden. I really like the idea that you have of building these mounds up so you don’t to bend over quite as much. Some great information in this video for sure. Thanks for sharing and I am a new subscriber to your channel.
Thanks for the information. I really like how these look. I look forward to seeing some vining plants grow up the sticks too.
How large is your property ?
love your design
The mulberry wattle looks beautiful.
I have a makeshift raise bed and I recently took a stump some branches mulch and leaves and made a tiny hugelkulture area I have my corn and Bush beans growing in that spot and I’m starting to see great results
Good idea to line the inside of the wattle fencing with the native clay soil!
I like this
Great information! Great for the plants, great way to repurposed, and its artistic. Love it. Thanks
Pretty cool… Hope you have a awesome holiday Weekend.. :”)
Very good, beautiful plants
Cool. I have avolunteer fruitless mulberry. I was subconsciously trying to decide if i should keep or not. You just added to the why i should keep column
Thank you David The Good. You are top notch sir. Not many awarenof waddle…(clue..no duck imvolved) haha. Sir would you sell me some comfrey root? Will send prepaid mailer. I am creating an urban micro farm. Thank you.
Two thumbs up! Love it, and those sticks are the perfect size for a rocket stove 🙂
Makes me wanna go to my garden every time I watch your videos, love your gardening style, so natural using all components of garden and yard waste. Thank you for the motivation
Good idea using hazel fencing to create hugel beds.