Join GardenHowTo where you can share your favourite garden-related content with the world and tap into an ever-growing community of gardening experts.


Share your step-by-step photos of what you made in your garden so others can do it too!


Help others to start their first or new gardening project by writing step-by-step how-to blog posts!


Share video about what you have done in your garden! Our members will love to learn from you!

Last year I made raised beds to plant brassicas, but the soil is dense clay and I have a lot of runoff. As a result after the soil was piled up quite pleasantly, I got out the post-hole digger and made 12 holes 10 inches deep, spaced 1 foot apart, in each bed. Filled all the holes with compost then and planted the seedlings between and around the compost holes (3 rows of 7 seedlings each). I just fill up the holes to water - no runoff. My seedlings get the bottom watering they want, the worms enjoy it, and soon the soil will be much richer and nutritious.

Views: 90

Reply to This

Follow Us

Online Now

Members

© 2017   Created by Gordon Howard.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service