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dennisargall commented on phylliszoon question
What materials should we use for building our raised bed containers?
SunnyBlooms commented on Planting Asparagus from Crowns

Planting an asparagus bed may well be the smartest thing you do this year, right up there with...

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merryj commented on K9FindM question
What are the optimum widths and lengths for garden beds?

 

Welcome to the year of the yummy.  It's the year I finally plan a garden with my only...

Oregon Coast Gardener commented on K9FindM question
What are the optimum widths and lengths for garden beds?
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What are the optimum widths and lengths for garden beds?
K9FindM asked a question 
Questions! - Depth of beds - living in PA and wondering if I can go with 2"x12" boards and if I should go 24" deep or if 12" is deep enough for my raised beds. Also, what should I use to fill them with? What type of mix? Can I used gravel at the base for drainage? Should I be lining the very bottom of the beds with screen to...
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My area that I have designated for the garden is 56' x 33'. I plan to keep a at least a 3' edge along the long side to mow and and keep the horses from reaching over, plus a 3' edge on the bottom of the short side for the same reason. I also don't plan to "use" the entire area my first year as I believe that will be a little overwhelming and a lot of work to get started. I am looking for suggestions on help and hoping some others can chime in...
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