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Raised-Bed Gardening

Raised-Bed Gardening
by Simon Akeroyd
Paperback

Whatever the size of your garden or outdoor space, raised beds can work for you. With Simon Akeroyd’s Raised-Bed Gardening: How to Grow More in Less Space, home gardeners will find the perfect bed to suit their needs and objectives.

Greater yields and less watering are the keys to using and maintaining raised garden beds. The heart of the book comprises step-by-step instructions for building and maintaining 15 types of raised beds – from the conventional to the innovative “keyhole garden,” which is particularly effective in hot and dry climates, to rooftop. The book also offers plans for raised-bed dining areas and designs to be used by children.

Illustrated with 250 images, Raised-Bed Gardening answers numerous questions, including how big and high to make a bed, using reclaimed and recycled materials, extending the season, tackling pests, watering and water conservation, and maintenance.

Herb, vegetable and ornamental gardens are explained in detail as well as:

  • building a bed with center pond
  • rotating crops
  • creating fruit cages
  • dealing with compost

Also included are suggestions for building projects and planting schemes to inspire you to create your own unique raised-bed garden.

Order your copy today!

About the Author Simon Akeroyd, based in the United Kingdom, is a garden writer with a passion for kitchen gardening and cooking. He contributes to numerous magazines and was a garden and food writer for the BBC. He previously was a garden manager for the Royal Horticultural Society.

by Simon Akeroyd
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Whatever the size of your garden or outdoor space, raised beds can work for you. With Simon Akeroyd’s Raised-Bed Gardening: How to Grow More in Less Space, home gardeners will find the perfect bed to suit their needs and objectives.

Greater yields and less watering are the keys to using and maintaining raised garden beds. The heart of the book comprises step-by-step instructions for building and maintaining 15 types of raised beds – from the conventional to the innovative “keyhole garden,” which is particularly effective in hot and dry climates, to rooftop. The book also offers plans for raised-bed dining areas and designs to be used by children.

Illustrated with 250 images, Raised-Bed Gardening answers numerous questions, including how big and high to make a bed, using reclaimed and recycled materials, extending the season, tackling pests, watering and water conservation, and maintenance.

Herb, vegetable and ornamental gardens are explained in detail as well as:

  • building a bed with center pond
  • rotating crops
  • creating fruit cages
  • dealing with compost

Also included are suggestions for building projects and planting schemes to inspire you to create your own unique raised-bed garden.

Download your copy today!

About the Author Simon Akeroyd, based in the United Kingdom, is a garden writer with a passion for kitchen gardening and cooking. He contributes to numerous magazines and was a garden and food writer for the BBC. He previously was a garden manager for the Royal Horticultural Society.

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Whatever the size of your garden or outdoor space, raised beds can work for you. With Simon Akeroyd’s Raised-Bed Gardening: How to Grow More in Less Space, home gardeners will find the perfect bed to suit their needs and objectives.

Greater yields and less watering are the keys to using and maintaining raised garden beds. The heart of the book comprises step-by-step instructions for building and maintaining 15 types of raised beds – from the conventional to the innovative “keyhole garden,” which is particularly effective in hot and dry climates, to rooftop. The book also offers plans for raised-bed dining areas and designs to be used by children.

Illustrated with 250 images, Raised-Bed Gardening answers numerous questions, including how big and high to make a bed, using reclaimed and recycled materials, extending the season, tackling pests, watering and water conservation, and maintenance.

Herb, vegetable and ornamental gardens are explained in detail as well as:

  • building a bed with center pond
  • rotating crops
  • creating fruit cages
  • dealing with compost

Also included are suggestions for building projects and planting schemes to inspire you to create your own unique raised-bed garden.

Order your copy today!

About the Author Simon Akeroyd, based in the United Kingdom, is a garden writer with a passion for kitchen gardening and cooking. He contributes to numerous magazines and was a garden and food writer for the BBC. He previously was a garden manager for the Royal Horticultural Society.

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Whatever the size of your garden or outdoor space, raised beds can work for you. With Simon Akeroyd’s Raised-Bed Gardening: How to Grow More in Less Space, home gardeners will find the perfect bed to suit their needs and objectives.

Greater yields and less watering are the keys to using and maintaining raised garden beds. The heart of the book comprises step-by-step instructions for building and maintaining 15 types of raised beds – from the conventional to the innovative “keyhole garden,” which is particularly effective in hot and dry climates, to rooftop. The book also offers plans for raised-bed dining areas and designs to be used by children.

Illustrated with 250 images, Raised-Bed Gardening answers numerous questions, including how big and high to make a bed, using reclaimed and recycled materials, extending the season, tackling pests, watering and water conservation, and maintenance.

Herb, vegetable and ornamental gardens are explained in detail as well as:

  • building a bed with center pond
  • rotating crops
  • creating fruit cages
  • dealing with compost

Also included are suggestions for building projects and planting schemes to inspire you to create your own unique raised-bed garden.

Download your copy today!

About the Author Simon Akeroyd, based in the United Kingdom, is a garden writer with a passion for kitchen gardening and cooking. He contributes to numerous magazines and was a garden and food writer for the BBC. He previously was a garden manager for the Royal Horticultural Society.

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Table Of Contents No
Intro No
ISBN 978-1-63186-370-7
Video No
Author Simon Akeroyd
Publication Year 2016
Dimensions 8 1/2 x 10 7/8
Pages 192
Photo 250
Drawings 20
Other Formats 77573
Cover Paperback
Format Paperback

Additional Information

Table Of Contents No
Intro No
Video No
Author Simon Akeroyd
ISBN 978-1-63186-556-5
Publication Year 2016
Pages 192
Photo 250
Drawings 20
Video Download No
Other Formats 71561
Cover PDF Download
Format eBook (PDF)
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