BUILDING RAISED BEDS + TRANSPLANTING SEEDLINGS | Organic Vegetable Gardening | Becca Bristow

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Hey guys!! In today’s video I’m sharing with you the next segment in my garden series – how we built our raised beds and actually planting our seedlings, how exciting!!! I’m uploading this video a little later than when it was actually filmed, we planted everything the week after Mother’s Day just to give you an idea. I walk through what materials we used for the raised beds, how Matt built them (so easy!), how I filled up the beds & what soil I used (plus a hack for saving money), as well as an overview of how my seedlings faired + their journey into the soil.

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16 Comments

  • Taylor Miller
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    Just for future, this year was my first garden and i just put my seeds straight in the ground and now i pick about 9 cucumbers a day. I didnt do all the extra work lol

  • Caitybear2point0
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    Definitely look into square foot gardening next year! I just have one small planter box and can get a surprisingly large amount of stuff.

  • Kaitlyn Cobb
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    Tip! Next time kill the grass 1st! We just put a tarp down over winter in that area and by spring the grass died !

  • Lauren Koelsch
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    I had someone share onion seedlings with me and they recommended trimming them down before planting. Different garden zone but may be worth a google search. Love following along with this garden journey!

  • rchiariello
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    Yeay! Very exciting! Next year you should look into square foot gardening. You could probably have fit all of that into 2 or 3 beds. You'd be surprised by how little room some plants need to thrive.

  • Mary Barnhill
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    Check out CaliKim29. Organic gardening. I have learned a lot from her. I am a new gardener also. Want to grow some strawberries. Heard they will come back year after year in my zone! Small baby steps. I have also started a lemon tree from seed.

  • Lindsay Ferber
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    You got this! Starting a compost is easy and cheap and then you can mix that in next year. You don't need crazy add ins. Bone meal and blood meal along with compost will help enrich your soil for next year. I totally get how overwhelming it is. Baby steps and keep it simple. I live in the same zone as you, weather and soil are very forgiving to plants here.

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