Easy Raised Bed Garden Instructions

Get the step-by-step instructions to build this easy and affordable raised bed in just a few hours with this free downloadable e-book.

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Here's All the Details You Need to Build Your First Raised Garden Bed

This book includes a full material list of boards, hardware and tools you need to get started with your first raised garden bed.

You can find all of these supplies at your local or big box hardware store.

The book also includes a step by step tutorial that guides you through each step of building your own raised bed including board measurements, cuts, and connections. The steps included here use minimal tools to make it possible for anyone to put together these beds, even if you have little to no carpentry skills.

This book also includes ideas for modifying the measurements to fit in other spaces to create a more narrow raised bed if that suits your space better.

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Build a 4' x 4' raised garden bed with these free instructions

Learn to Build a Raised Garden Bed

There's so much you can grow in just a 4' x 4' raised garden.

Raised garden beds allow you to grow more in a small space because your plants' roots have more room to spread out and expand.

In just one 4' x 4' raised garden, you can grow:

✔︎ 150 salad plants

✔︎ 15 tomato plants

✔︎ 32 pepper plants

✔︎ 16 heads of cabbage

✔︎ 90 beets

✔︎ 250 carrots

The book guides you through the steps to modify the bed to be larger or smaller if that better suits your space's needs.

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I'm Nicole Burke

Nicole Johnsey Burke, the founder of Gardenary, Inc., and the author of Kitchen Garden Revival and Leaves, Roots & Fruit, is on a mission to bring back the kitchen garden and make it an ordinary part of life for everyone, no matter their level of gardening experience. Since starting her own kitchen garden business in 2015, Burke and her company have built hundreds of kitchen gardens, taught thousands to garden through Kitchen Garden Academy, and trained over 1,000 garden consultants through Gardenary Consultant Certification. Her work has been featured by Southern Living, This Old House, Modern Farmer, and the Garden Club of America. She believes kitchen gardens are a step that everyone can take to create positive change. To find more tips and tricks for building your own kitchen garden, visit her online at www.gardenary.com and follow online @gardenaryco.