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Gardening the Easy Way With Raised Garden Beds

Gardening the Easy Way With Waist High Raised Garden Beds

It is fun and healthy to garden, if the task is easy, not back breaking and something that people of any age can do without pain or discomfort.

It is a known fact these days that many people have their own small gardens to help offset the costs of fruits and vegetables from their grocery bill. People everywhere enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables, but hate the back breaking kneeling, weed pulling, and being hunched over to work planting their tasty harvest.

If gardening was made as easy as possible, could be portable, and not a chore more people would do it. If you have even just a few feet of space, you can garden with waist high raised garden beds.

This idea is really ingenious. I am sure there are many others kicking themselves for not thinking of it on their own. People that have knee and back problems can not garden without much pain and difficulty in a regular garden in the ground.

With waist high raised garden beds anyone even those in electric scooters and wheelchairs can garden easily.

This makes gardening on your deck, porch, patio, in your greenhouse, or in a wonderful spot in your yard easy.

The wonderful thing about these waist high garden frames is that they are easy to put together, very affordable, portable, and easy to transport when you move. The top reason many use them is that they can be reused year after year.

When you use your own waist high raised garden beds you can also add things like trellises for your beans or tomatoes easily to the side of the frame. Setting up your own waist high garden is very easy to do with step by step directions.

Each step is explained, and there are even instructions on how to set up your planting trays. Read the reviews and any other information that you can find on waist high gardening and you will be amazed that more people do not do this.

It is common to see waist high tables in large greenhouses where they grow many plants in pots or trays. This is the same thing on a smaller scale. The plans that you can get to set up your own waist high raised garden beds can also be tailored for your own height with a few small adjustments.

Victoria Rosendahl has been getting her nails dirty in the garden since she was 10. If you’re tired of bending and kneeling to garden, visit http://www.garden-rack.com to learn more about GardenRack, the customized waist high raised bed gardening system that puts gardening within reach.

Author: Victoria Rosendahl
Article Source: EzineArticles.com
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5 Responses to “Gardening the Easy Way With Raised Garden Beds”

  • Chuck Bartok on February 10, 2011

    The idea of the RAISED garden beds is Awesome, especially for those of us with difficulty in bending over.
    What a great place to plant thing like spinach.
    Thanks for the Information

  • Bill Beavers Dog Crates on February 21, 2011

    I love to use beds for gardening but gave it up last year. We have something called “nut grass” (I forget the actual name) and it is just about impossible to kill. I finally gave in to it after fighting it for about 3 years.

    I see here that you may have an answer to my problem with your waist high garden frame. Something to think about for sure. Thanks so much.

    • Kathy Clark on February 26, 2011

      Hi Bill, thanks for stopping by. I think you would really enjoy the waist high garden frames. Your blog looks interesting too, love animals.

  • Agnes Saam on February 25, 2011

    Hi Kathy,
    thank you for stopping by my blog, yes we do have some incredible products helping people getting back into shape, you are right eating lots of Veggies and fruit is very import end however even if we grow them ourself we never can eat enough in a day to get the right vitamins and nutrients our body needs, I grew up partly at my grandparents farm and after that we always had our own veggies in the garden that was so great and healthier.
    You have a great blog too.
    Yours in health,
    Agnes

    skype: agnessaam

    • Kathy Clark on February 26, 2011

      Hi Agnes, Thanks for visiting and commenting. You are so right, even if we have healthy fruits and veggies, we
      still need supplementation to be sure to stay healthy. I just just know that a homegrown tomato, fresh from
      the garden tastes so much better than store bought tomatoes. Yum

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