Site Now Offering Free Raised Bed Gardening Tips

Yakima, WA (PressExposure) July 05, 2011 -- To the delight of wanna-be gardeners everywhere, a new site has opened that is dedicated to teaching gardeners about raised bed gardening. For people with limited space, poor soil quality, limited physical capabilities, and lack of time, raised bed gardening is the perfect solution. Whether it be vegetable or flower gardens, [http://www.raised-beds-garden.net] offers detailed information on seed and plant sources, and how to build or buy a raised bed garden. The site is chock full of great vegetable gardening tips and family vegetable favorites that have been handled down through generations.

The site owner was raised on a small farm, grows red raspberries for a small commercial market, and has a degree in agriculture. Because she built and tends her own raised bed gardens, she offers first-hand advice. Included on the site is information on do-it-yourself raised bed gardens using free materials, where to find raised bed gardening kits, the most important things to consider in raised bed gardening, finding seed or plant sources and gardening supply sources, and tips on soil, watering, seed, and sunlight. For people wanting to can or preserve their own fruits and vegetables, family favorite fruits and vegetables for food preservation is given.

"More and more people are becoming interested in growing their own vegetables, herbs, fruit, or flowers. Some wanna-be gardeners believe they cannot grow a garden because of lack of space, poor soil quality, or their limited physical abilities. Raised bed gardening is the perfect solution for people who are hampered by these problems," site owner Gail Molina states.

Because raised bed gardening solves the problem of space limitation, those with limited space would be interested in reading the information gathered here. People who are unable to weed or tend a traditional garden may be able to finally raise their own produce. Raised bed gardening offers a solution to the problem of poor soil quality. Families trying to squeeze every dime out of their budget, or feed their children better quality food will benefit from reading the tips and information gathered from [http://www.raised-beds-garden.net].

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Press Release Submitted On: July 05, 2011 at 11:55 am
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