Added by on 2017-06-08

TV Presenter and Gardening Expert, Katie Rushworth shows you how to plant a raised bed vegetable garden. Using a simple wooden frame filled with compost, Katie plants a variety of vegetables and herbs including Beetroot, Onions, Lettuce, Strawberries, Chives, Rosemary, Basil, Sage and Thyme. These raised planting beds are great for gardening in small spaces. SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=silverlinetools1 TWITTER: https://twitter.com/SilverlineTools FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/SilverlineTools1 KATIE’S WEBSITE: http://katierushworth.com/ Silverline Tools How To videos are for reference purposes only. Undertaking these projects is entirely at your own risk. Read safety instructions before operating any power tools and always wear appropriate protection. Related PostsGardening Basics : How to Grow Organic Vegetables in a Raised BedTomatoes and Indoor Vegetable Gardens : Easy Ways to Grow Vegetables in an ApartmentHow to Grow Garden Vegetables In Small SpacesRaised Bed Organic Vegetable Gardening Planting With Deep Soil: Summer GardensContainer Garden July Update & Harvest Vegetable Gardening Raised Bed How to Plant Grow SeedWhy Local Vegetables Deserve The Investment Put Forth

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19 Comments

  • Troll Boss 2 weeks ago

    She's nice.

  • Ian McShane 2 weeks ago

    "Drunk on beer, I can think of worse ways to go." Marry me.

  • Catherine Mastrangelo 2 weeks ago

    I loved this video. I needed more information before I started my new raised garden bed. Loved the idea of planting strawberries on the outer edge to give them room to hang over.

  • Rafael Mendoza 2 weeks ago

    <3

  • Natasha Lindner 2 weeks ago

    With great soil in a raised garden bed plant the 'square foot garden' method (especially good in small gardens), increase your harvest (5 times), better water retention and less space for weeds.  I would add some kind of flower too, such as calendula to attract beneficial bugs.

  • zahid iqbal 2 weeks ago

    nicely

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  • Per Shop 2 weeks ago

    The bags of compost/soil used looked heavy in peat moss. Also when you transplant, it's good to tease the roots apart a bit so that they don't need to be going around in a circular shape (the shape of the old pot) anymore.

  • Richard Songlong 2 weeks ago

    loved your video. thanks for posting

  • Chaohong Hu 2 weeks ago

    I recommend the garden hose,they will help us watering those plants:https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071NCBD4L?th=1

  • Joseph Di-lenardo 2 weeks ago

    thank you 🙂

  • dr662 2 weeks ago

    I just got a 4×4 raised bed, it's 7inches deep. Does anyone know if thats gonna be deep enough for tomato/onion/green pepper plants?

  • Gardenstatetom 2 weeks ago

    most of the pest problems she mentioned are pretty rare if your starting out I wouldn't be to bothered just go for it

  • Sunflower Sunshine 2 weeks ago

    no comparison between homemade compost and this inert bagged stuff. the soil is lifeless. make your own folks!

  • Asia Entertain 2 weeks ago

    how deep is ur bed

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  • EJ's Lawncare 2 weeks ago

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  • billsbasementworkshop 2 weeks ago

    Hi Katie,

    I was always told tht you couldn't raise carrots in modules as they do not like to be transplanted. What is your thinking on this? Nice informative video.

    Regards,

    Bill.