Not only do raised beds bring interesting height and structure to a garden design, they also elevate the level of the soil to make cultivation and harvesting your vegetables much less strenuous.
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These high brick raised beds would suit less mobile gardeners and make an attractive, permanent feature in any garden. This bush tomato variety has ample space to grow over the edge of the bed, where the fruit will create a colorful display and be at the perfect height to pick with ease.
Excerpted from Simple Steps: Vegetable Gardening
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