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  • in reply to: Plant Spacing In Raised Beds #300676

    vegogarden
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    I have an idea for design a garden in limited space at your home. Starting a vegetable garden at home is an easy way to save money. At first you can choose raised bed according to your space where you can grow your vegetable. The plants would depend on the weather in your region

    in reply to: Plant Spacing In Raised Beds #300643

    vegogarden
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    If you’re select metal raised beds at your outdoor garden. So here we can some discussion about plant spacing in raised bed: most frequently used spacing’s in the square foot garden: The 3-inch spacing accommodates beets, carrots, onions and radishes. The 4-inch spacing is for bush beans and spinach. A 6-inch spacing is needed for Swiss chard, leaf lettuce and parsley.

    in reply to: Products #300586

    vegogarden
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    If anyone needs metal raised beds for your modern gardening or urgent project, please contact us so we can prioritize your order. Contact: 628-220-8868