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The GardenFrame

 

The more raised garden beds and planters, the merrier. Any practical, intuitive and beautiful creation that promotes easier ways to build more raised beds, and essentially, more ways to grow plants, is a brilliant win!

The GardenFrame is such a innovative invention. The system is simplicity and elegance. Just choose your preferred design(s) in Garden Steel, Harvest Copper,  or Organic Black and decide what size of a planter/raised bed you want.

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Easy 4 step process to build an elegant raised bed.

 

Get your wood panels from your local hardware store, and slide them right into place. With a bit of securing and anchoring, you have yourself a beautiful gardening container in no time.

Learn more about TheGardenFrame through the website and their Prefundia project site:

http://prefundia.com/projects/view/gardenframe/10769/

The versatility and elegance of The GardenFrame
The versatility and elegance of The GardenFrame

 

 

Maximize Minimal Space

 

Got limited ground space for gardening? Are you confined to balconies and patios?

Things to consider:

Grow summer squash and cucumbers vertically- same for tomatoes. They can be trained!

Consider different root depths and spans. The right combination can keep vegetables tightly grown together without cramping healthy growth space. This can also make it difficult for weeds to find soil to land on.

Think of plant placement in a 3D way. Trellis, hanging plants, vertical gardens, and herb spirals can give you extra ‘cube’ footage.

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Here are three helpful blog posts with more ideas:

1. The Balance shares 10 high yield veggie ideas that fit the bill: https://www.thebalance.com/high-yield-vegetable-plants-for-small-garden-spaces-1388683

2. Here’s a great post with tips on balcony and small space gardening. They touch on making sure your plants are suited to your sun exposure and space limitations:  http://www.surrey.ca/community/5974.aspx

3. This post from She Knows gives some extra creative suggestions from growing herbs indoors to design strategies:  http://www.sheknows.com/home-and-gardening/articles/957533/edible-gardens-in-small-spaces