The Perfect Combination of Raised Beds, Gardens and Vegetable Patch
You have an unused yard at home and you want to start a garden but you don't think you can plan or start it, you want to convert it into a vegetable garden but you don't think it's pretty. You can consider planting beds, which can make your garden and vegetable plot perfectly combined, both ornamental and practical. Both are correct!

Planting a pond may sound strange and uncommon, but in fact, it is very popular abroad. Do-it-yourself pond planting is also simple. Now let's look down step by step, and you will understand!

First, choose an unused space. According to the size of the site, determine the shape and number of planting ponds. The owner of this garden wanted to create a U-shaped planting pond with a sense of design and easy operation.

What material is used for the planting pond? The frame of the planting pool is not limited to wood, sleepers, stone, plastic, brick, etc. Generally speaking, using wood is the easiest and most effective method.

It is important to plan well, determine the size of the planting space and planting pond, and calculate the length and height required for the sidecut timber.

Use a chainsaw to cut 10 large boards and 6 small boards according to the given dimensions.

Everything is ready, start assembling...

Place stakes at the four corners to secure the structure. Add the long side boards, and nail or screw the ends of the side boards and the stakes together.

Spreading some garden weed mats on your planting beds can greatly reduce the growth of weeds.

Fill the planting bed with soil, apply some decomposed organic fertilizer to the bottom of the bed, and spread nutrient-rich compost potting soil on top.

When planting vegetable seedlings, keep appropriate spacing according to the space for vegetable growth.

After more than a month, the vegetables can grow vigorously. From the kitchen to the vegetable garden, the distance is very short, and it is fresh and delicious when picked and eaten.

This allows gardening enthusiasts to focus on soil improvement, weeding, and intensive vegetable cultivation on limited, manageable land.

Let's take a look at other planted ponds that may give you more inspiration. The planting bed is not only beautiful, but also will not cause back pain after working for a long time. It can also be used to grow vegetables or flowers.