Great info on what weeds can tell you about your yard

Make your own garden soil. How I prepared my soil during 10 days of Planning a Summer Garden |Nature Notebook #gardening #nature

Raised Garden Bed Layers // The Fresh Exchange (cardboard, mulch, soil)

Mel's Soil Mix for Raised Bed Gardens

-To test if your soil is acidic, just add some baking soda to your soil. If it fizzes, you’ve got acidic soil. -To test if your soil is alkaline simply sprinkle some vinegar on a handful of dirt. If it fizzes, the soil is alkaline.

Building Super Soil

How to Prep Soil for a Vegetable Garden + Tips for prepping the soil for your garden plot, lists of plants to grow together based on required pH levels.

Attach a mailbox to the raised beds for garden tool storage

Top 10 Organic Fertilizers - These are the top 10 organic fertilizers that every gardener should use to create a healthy organic garden.

More raised bed construction tips

Great information for anyone wanting to try out raised-bed gardening. Tips for building, budgeting, planting and more!

Hydrangeas, Camillias and Roses Love Used Coffee grounds - The Gardening Cook

How to build the perfect raised bed

How to Build a Super Easy Raised Bed Our veggie garden was raised -- soooo much easier to weed, harvest, etc., and was (sorta) a deterrent to the doggies walking thru!

Add Coffe Grounds to the Garden (hold moisture, repel ants, helps keep slugs away, worms love them, contain nitrogen-phosphate-potassium and add acidity to soil)

Lay down a thick layer of CARDBOARD in your raised garden beds to kill the grass. It is perfectly safe to use and will fully decompose, but not before killing any grass below it. They’ll also provide compost and food for worms. @ Home Improvement Ideas

And use leftover coffee grounds to enrich your soil and repel critters. | 30 Insanely Clever Gardening Tricks

Breaking the bank by filling your raised beds with high-grade, commercial soil? Try making your own with this 4 ingredient recipe.

Kiddy pools as raised beds...I have several in my garden.

Used coffee grounds...enrich your garden soil and keep unwanted critters from getting in your garden (helps keep away stray cats from using your garden as a litter box too) Also pesky sugar ants..spread around the property and in the kitchen window sill will keep them out of your home.

raised garden beds soil mixing in wheelbarrow