Added by on 2015-08-10

Start your raised bed garden by converting your existing lawn area to a raised bed. We go thru all the steps from installing the beds, protecting it from critters and adding cardboard and raised bed mix. Whether you are a beginner looking to start a garden or just looking to convert your back yard to a raised bed garden, this video will help you achieve your goals. We used Greenes Fence Raised Bed kit: Kellogg Raised Bed Mix: Jobe’s All Purpose organic fertilizer: Background music is “Sovereign” – royalty free music by Kevin MacLeod Video Rating: / 5 Related Posts$30 Bagster 4’x8′ Raised Bed Garden & Summer Vegetable Gardening in Southern California[Garden Ideas] raised bed vegetable gardeningRaised Beds – Cheap vegetable gardening beds – Permaculture Design – Huglekultur Vegetable gardenContainer Garden Update #1 Vegetable Gardening Raised Bed Square Foot Tomato PlantsGarden Update May 12, Raised Bed Square foot Vegetable Gardening Healthy Raw FoodContainer Garden Harvest Update June 6th Lettuce Tomato Kale Vegetable Gardening Raised Bed

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  • ceh4702 2 years ago

    I liked your videos I have one planter box in my back yard but it keeps shooting up grass and it is almost impossible to keep it from coming up. Currently I have planted some red radishes and some sunflowers and zinnias

  • Practical Readiness 2 years ago

    Great video. I'm just getting started in raised bed gardening and I've learned a lot from people like you. Thanks for sharing!?

  • whiteflame337 2 years ago

    Love your video, it's very detail, thank you so so much?

  • Paula LaRue Duke 2 years ago

    This was an excellent video demonstrating how to build a raised bed garden. My husband is a cabinet builder and I want him to build the corner posts. Thank you for sharing. I hope your yield was plentiful and delicious.?

  • Loan Kim 2 years ago

    This video is very helpful. thank you!


  • Jill Anderson 2 years ago

    You are so inspiring

  • collectorbob810 2 years ago

    instead of hardware cloth, could you

  • norman choy 2 years ago

    Very helpful ,well design, details of soil uses and explanation of all you do to prevent grass growing and animals, Keep gardening and good lucks to you and your family?

  • Frank Burns 2 years ago

    Probably easier to cut that hardware cloth first, then put the lumber on top of it.?

  • Rick Schulte 2 years ago

    Great video, great job, thank you

  • Brad Chamberlin 2 years ago

    Would that raised bed mix, would that be considered non vegan because of all the chicken products on the ingredients label???

  • Roxann Schmit 2 years ago

    So, I think a raised bed garden is in our ( by our, I mean Steve's) future!

  • aka gecko 2 years ago

    Nice video, thank you. I do have one question/concern: Using the metal ground 'cloth', and the staples, won't they rust?, putting bad iron oxide into the soil?, and harm the plants??

  • Thanks for sharing!… We're planning something like this for our backyard. Couple questions… Is there option for buying the wood planks that are untreated since I don't want any chemicals leaching into the veggies..? Also what's the brand of your garden cart? Looks like a wonderful tool to have!!! Any links to the raised bed site you used and for the cart would be much appreciated!!!?

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  • mic63lam 2 years ago

    Very cool !! Thanks!?

  • Yolanda Soto Lopez 2 years ago

    l loved this video.. I wish I had done my little garden this way.

  • phoebe atieno 2 years ago
  • sueli cunha 2 years ago

    AFter preparing your raised beds, this is how you maintain the soil level:

  • Horta em Baldes 2 years ago

    AFter preparing your raised beds, this is how you maintain the soil level: