Making a Raised-Bed Garden→Building a Raised Bed

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Name: Carol Texas
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Mar 16, 2018 8:43 AM CST
Reading the posts here I hope I did it right ! I installed stacking beds (each 8" tall) - and filled them to about the 14" mark. I am planting tomatoes so thought it needed to be deeper. I used Miracle Grow Organic "soil" for raised beds. (that was a project -- our bed is about 12' long by 42" wide (with dividers) -- so we are exhausted from hauling the bags in. I as figuring I would water the entire area (not just the plants themselves) and it would stay moist longer -- but reading above sounds like that is an incorrect approach. Gets really hot here in Texas.
My passion is painting but gardening is running a close second.

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