Soil depth in raised bed - Knowledgebase Question

S. Hamilton, Ma
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Question by jhedrick10
April 30, 2010
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Answer from NGA
April 30, 2010
Your raised bed should be at least 12 inches deep too accommodate the roots of your flowers and vegetables. Once your soil level is 12 inches deep you can spread a few inches of compost or other organic matter over the top and dig it in well. Then plant to your heart's content. Enjoy your new garden!

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