When starting a garden, the effort you put in today will be rewarded when your plants have started growing. If you plant flowers, your reward will be a colorful display of nature’s beauty. If, on one hand, you plant vegetables, your reward will be a fresh set of crops every harvest season.
Growing plants, however, requires dedication from start to finish. However, there are a lot of ways that you can employ to make the process pain-free. For example, instead of bending all the way to the ground, why not make use of raised garden boxes to protect your back? To take it up a notch, install trellises to the boxes so your plants can climb on them, too.
Furthermore, raised garden boxes with trellises will make harvesting a lot easier. When the plants are all grown and have fully climbed onto the trellises, you also get a shady spot where you can sit down and relax.
- 9 pcs of 2″ x 8″ x 8′ Douglas Fir Timber
- 2 pcs of 4′ x 16′ Cattle Farm Panels
- Star Bit
- Deck Screws
- Circular Saw
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You can get step-by-step instructions from DaNelle Wolford over at Weed’em & Reap…