Tips for a raised-bed vegetable garden

Tips for a Raised-Bed Vegetable Garden

12 inches is deep enough for most vegetables. DIY Network experts give tips on growing vegetables in raised beds. It takes less space, while allowing vegetables to be grown closer together.

grow celery from the root end Dig a hole in the vegetable garden deep enough to completely cover the celery, and plant the celery in the hole with the freshly cut side up.

grow celery from the root end Dig a hole in the vegetable garden deep enough to completely cover the celery, and plant the celery in the hole with the freshly cut side up.

Learn how to make seed bombs! Looks like a really fun kid's craft and it's perfect for geurrilla gardening!

How To Make Seed Bombs

Learn how to make seed bombs! Looks like a really fun kid's craft and it's perfect for geurrilla gardening!

Regrow your lettuce - Leave and inch of leaves on bottom of heads of Romaine.  Place in water until roots begin to grow.  Then plant in container and pick every couple of days as lettuce regrows  to keep it growing

Regrow your lettuce

Regrow your lettuce - Leave and inch of leaves on bottom of heads of Romaine. Place in water until roots begin to grow. Then plant in container and pick every couple of days as lettuce regrows to keep it growing

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