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someday I'll have a big beautiful garden like this like my daddy used to have at our old house

Raised beds of local Ojai stone grow organic vegetables, herbs and berries. Ted and Mary inherited the vegetable garden from the property's prior owner, a chef. They have since added a 15-foot-square pea patch to grow more edibles.

Raised beds are a popular way to grow vegetables, and there are all kinds of styles. This raised bed is really done nicely. It can be covered as seasons change by spreading bird netting or greenhouse plastic over the pvc arches, plus tall plants can be grown on the trelises. Click on the link and take the time to read the comments. (No plans given, but the picture seems easy to figure out.)

Stones around raised garden beds (even putting stones around an in-ground garden might work pretty good)

Great raised beds by freida

Spread mulch over the paths between your raised beds and your feet will stay clean, no matter how wet the weather. Because you won't walk on the beds, you'll be able to run out to grab a handful of fresh basil for dinner without worrying about compacting the soil.

Design Tip: Come Up with a Pattern Raised beds are often set up as squares or rectangles that run parallel to one another. But you can add some fun to your landscape by selecting different geometric shapes or patterns. For example, mimic the lines of an architectural feature on your home.

neat raised vegetable beds - loving the stone paver and grass pathway too

raised bed made out of stone

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