For gardening neophytes, a raised square vegetable garden is an excellent way to enjoy fruits or vegetables from 100% traceable origin. Have one's own production Encourages you to cook healthier, since you will be eager to use the fruit of your labor.
vegetable garden square, ideal for beginners
Imagine growing your own vegetables with less effort, while achieving optimized yield. This is the principle of kitchen garden square , method designed by an American, Mel Bartholomew , providing for the subdivision of a growing area into squares, allowing the cultivation of a large variety of vegetables in a relatively small area.
A variant of this type of gardening, is that the culture board is raised, which allows a work of the land and a much easier maintenance, especially indicated for the elderly or suffering from back pain, but recommendable to all world. This method makes it possible to arrange the garden more freely, requires less maintenance for a production equivalent to the traditional culture in lines.
raised vegetable gardens
The heavy task of having to return the land is no longer necessary, and a square garden is also ideal for land with very poor soils, since the land that fills the plank is a mixture of soil and soil . Weeding is easier, and this type of crop is especially suitable for beginners, since each area is well defined and the invasion of weeds is prevented by the planks delimiting the squares.
prevents the invasion of weeds
Add to this that it requires less fertilizer, since the biodiversity of plants prevents the massive presence of predators, unlike monoculture. It is also less greedy in water, since it remains confined inside the squares. We offer some examples of gardening in squares, elevated for comfort.
requires fewer harmful products
a very aesthetic side
delimit the squares
a rather massive raised vegetable garden
promote plant associations