Tired of bending down to plant and water vegetables? Why not pick a raised vegetable garden kit and start gardening from scratch? For centuries, people across the globe had been raising organic vegetables on their own to sustain not just daily needs of their families but also to ensure nutritious meals are served each day. While the norm is by planting straight to the ground, you can do so much more with raised gardens. But how?
Perks of Raised Veggie Gardens
There is more to just addressing a bad back when choosing the raised garden paths. Though there is nothing wrong with conventional row gardening, soil in raised garden beds are deemed to be higher in terms of quality and does not easily get compacted. In fact, some indoor container gardening specialists widely recommend adding soil to grow bags like this from ECOgardener then, arranging them into a raised garden bed for superior drainage and aeration. In fact, you can conveniently mix soil according to your vegetables’ requirement and easily stash them in a grow bag.
A more increased yield is also evident in raise garden beds. With the freedom to choose a soil mix and better circulation as well as drainage, this can equate to more productive results. Raised vegetable garden kit like the Keter Urban Bloomer, for instance, also offer more produce by utilizing vertical space. With this, one can even make good use of a pocket patio or a terrace.
Another important aspect in raised gardens is the ease of controlling weeds and pests. You can finally say goodbye to stubborn weeds, rodents, snails and slugs, and infestations. Simply cover it with punada Premium Plant Covers for protection from such atrocities as well as frost and too much sunlight.
Of course, the most important part in raised gardens for vegetable is in the ease and convenience of accessing your prized plants. Back and knee problems are no longer a concern particularly when beds are custom-built according to your height and capacity to bend or peruse it. Some even encourage gardening for those bound in wheelchair via raised vegetable garden kits.
DIY vs Pre-Made Raised Vegetable Garden Kit
The question now is this– what will you choose for a raised vegetable garden kit? Should you build one on your own with just a few wooden or corrugated metal sheets? Or should you just buy a ready-to-assemble kit? While the cheapest way around is to unleash your inner carpentry skills, the convenience that raised vegetable garden kits bring can outweigh the back-breaking efforts of DIYs.
There are also various raised garden kit available in the market for you to choose from. Mr. Stacky High-Grade Metal Raised Garden Bed Kit above, for instance, is a single-layer conventional raised garden bed. More modern outtakes, however, are creeping in the market. There’s also the hip-level urban raised planters like the Keter Urban Bloomer. The Yaheetech 3 Tier Wooden Elevated Raised Garden Bed also helps to maximize garden space for more productive yield. With these choices, you can easily find what’s best for your designated garden space to grow the veggies you love.
It’s high time for you and your family to fully enjoy fresh, organic vegetables. With just the right raised vegetable garden kit, you can create nutritious meals for the whole family while having fun with a new hobby. To choose, try to identify where you wish to put your garden space and the type of vegetables you wish to raise. Have fun!