Raised planter beds reference


A raised bed garden can mean many things! In general, though, it’s when a planting bed sits on top of your existing soil. It can be anywhere from just a few inches tall to waist-high (or higher), and can be made of many different materials. Usually, there’s room left around the outside of each bed so you can walk around it (not in it), which allows the soil to stay loose and fluffy instead of compacted. That’s important since roots grow best when there’s room for air and water to move easily through the soil.

Must submit modification form for approval in order to install a new planter bed. 

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