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If you've had to stop doing the gardening you love ─ or have been told to quit ─ welcome to GardenRack, the ultimate raised bed garden plan. It's a free-standing, portable, low cost alternative to in-ground gardening. If I could show you a way to walk out onto your deck, patio, balcony, or into your yard and do some weeding, watering, planting and harvesting c all without bending or kneeling ─ would you be interested? It's possible because the height can be adjusted to your own custom fit. You can tailor GardenRack's dimensions to fit any height needed. In the downloadable plans for building a raised bed garden, the planting surface is designed to be waist high. Want some proof? That's me in the photo to the right. I'm 5 foot, 2 inches tall. If that's your height, too, then just use the dimensions stated in the plans. If you happen to be taller or shorter, just measure your height from the ground to your waist and that's how high the GardenRack should be. And in this photo you can see that I'm growing tomatoes, herbs and scallions all within the 2 foot by 3 foot planting beds. I grow spring veggies like lettuce, radishes, scallions, carrots and peas as well as summer vegetables like tomatoes, peppers and herbs. Since you can customize the height to your individual needs, GardenRack is a perfect fit for gardeners in wheelchairs or with limited mobility. There's even a way to attach a trellis to grow vertically and reach vegetables for your supper ─ without help.

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When I moved to Tidewater, Virginia I was 10-year-old-first-time-at-Disney-World excited to start my brand new garden. This was my first house with 5 acres! In Virginia, I finally had some real space to garden.

The day after moving in, I ran to a local nursery, bought $102 worth of plants and began planting. But I didn't get very far.

I found out quickly that my house was surrounded by clay hard pan underneath what appeared to be good soil. If you're not familiar with hard pan, it's soil that's so dense you can make pottery out of it.

And that's the beauty of GardenRack. You're not stuck with the soil you happen to live on. Instead, you control the soil in two 2' x 3' plastic tubs and can have your ultimate raised bed garden going in a single afternoon. It no longer matters where you live, how much space you have, or the composition of the soil. You'll have perfect loam every time!

If you've got 15 square feet ─ about the size of a standard washer and dryer sitting side by side ─ you can have a gorgeous garden. No matter where you live! And if your "garden" is more like a concrete jungle GardenRack is perfect for you, too. GardenRack performs double duty ─ it's a beautiful addition to your landscape and an efficient and convenient place to grow flowers, veggies, and herbs without changing a thing in your yard. If you find that you'll be downsizing soon, your garden can go with you. GardenRack is portable and you'll never again have to wait for soil conditions to improve before you plant. The first step in every successful garden is good soil preparation. In the past, this could be a daunting chore if you've never gardened before. Soil takes years to adjust if it's too sandy (water runs right through it and doesn't stay in the roots of your plants) or too compact (like clay so that roots can't get a good head start and spread out properly to flourish). Having perfect soil in the garden is something all gardeners dream of. But it can take years to get the kind of garden loam you can have in an afternoon with GardenRack. All you'll need for a ready-to-grow garden is a layer of pea gravel for drainage, good potting soil with plant food and water retention crystals already in it, some vermiculite or perlite for aeration, and some compost for nutrients. You can get everything you need for an instant garden in GardenRack at your local home center, including the compost. Just look for something called dehydrated cow manure. It comes in bags and is odor-free ... you won't smell like you're in a pasture of cow paddies when you open the bag, I promise! That's all there is to it.

Yours for a more bountiful GardenRack garden, Victoria The Frugal Gardener

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GardenRack is a DIY project that comes with easy-to-follow plans and instructions. And don't worry ─ even if you're all thumbs, you won't have a problem putting it together; that's how simple it is. All you need are easy-to-find materials like these...

... all available at local home centers, lumberyards or builder's supply stores for about $60 altogether. That's less than the price of planting a tree in your yard.

Plus, you won't need any sophisticated power tools or the skills to read complex plans. I had an architect design the plans to make them easy to read and follow. Just simple hand and power tools, a tape measure and pencil, a drill, some screws and nails are all you'll need.

The combination of pressure treated lumber and plastic tubs is what gives this raised garden bed its durability. It's steady and nearly indestructible. You can leave it outdoors all year long, in all kinds of weather and not have to worry about damage.

You'll have your garden for years ... and harvests ... to come. All without bending or kneeling. Spend a few...


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