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How to Build Raised Garden Beds

Follow these simple steps to clear the space, prep the soil and shield against weeds for raised garden beds.

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Top 68 Soil Projects

  1. 1. How to Choose and Use a Rototiller

    The rotary tiller, which uses metal tines to break up the soil, is one of the most valuable tools a garden can have. The professionals ...

  2. 2. Soil Quality (01:25)

    Dirt that doesn't retain water or nutrients won't do a landscape much good.

  3. 3. Tomatoes in a Hanging Basket (00:05:35)

    Here's what you need to know about growing tomatoes in a hanging basket.

  4. 4. #10: Grapple Attachment (01:14)

    A grapple attachment clears out brush without disturbing the soil.

  5. 5. Watering Lawns and Plants (01:46)

    Ahmed demonstrates the right way to water lawns and plantings.

  6. 6. 5 Frequent Questions About Yard Prep for Growing Vegetables

    DIY answers the top five questions about preparing the yard for a vegetable garden.

  7. 7. Planting Tomatoes

    The DIY Network experts share these tips for growing tomatoes in your summer vegetable garden.

  8. 8. Repotting a Plant (01:19)

    Ahmed Hassan shares some simple tips on how to repot a plant.

  9. 9. Strawberries (05:47)

    Use these steps to grow the biggest strawberries on the block.

  10. 10. Soil Preparation for Perennials

    A DIY Network expert explains how to prepare soil for growing healthy perennials.

  11. 11. Solarizing Soil (02:18)

    Reduce disease in your garden by solarizing your soil. .

  12. 12. Pond Depth (01:57)

    There are specific depths to consider if a pond will have fish or plants.

  13. 13. Lumpy Lawn Cure (04:10)

    New lawns can be lumpy; here's advice to help you level your yard.

  14. 14. Sod Removal, Soil Prep and Weed Control

    Garden beds are a great way to lay out a vegetable garden. DIY shows how to clear the space, prep the soil and shield against weeds.

  15. 15. How to Use a Yard Compactor

    A yard compactor packs down gravel and soil. It has a heavy steel plate on the bottom that causes the vibration that packs down the dir...

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy
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