How To Build A Raised Garden – Flower and vegetable gardens need a radiant sun, rich soil, the movement of air and complete drainage to grow and thrive. The best garden sites provide these conditions, naturally, by simple underground gardens. Some puddle or yards include dry, tight soil, however, and need help. Boost the garden for better drainage with a brick base, and mix your own garden soil for the best possible nutrition and humidity.
Find a bright, sunny and flat place for the garden, where the plants will get good air flow. Most plants grow better with bright sun and good air circulation, while a flat surface makes construction easier. Lay 1/2 inch to 1 inch of sand or gravel on the ground in its designated parcel. Place enough sand for a garden of 15 to 25 square feet, for proper planting and gardening space. Rake the sand to even out.
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Lay on the sand or gravel and push them down on the base to secure them. Keep each brick within 1/4 inch of the next to facilitate soil drainage while maintaining safety. Move the bricks until they are even put in the sand. Place the makeup base sowing on top of the bricks. Mix one part of garden soil in compost bags with one part of a rich foundation, fast and wet drainage, and lay 6 to 8 inches from the base on top of the bricks.