In this update we harvest some kale for our soup pot and talk briefly about using wine bottles for container irrigation. Music: “Whiskey on the MIssissippi” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) – Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 – creativecommons.org * Visit A Gardener’s Notebook blog and podcast at douglasewelch.com * Follow A Gardener’s Notebook on Twitter at twitter.com * Like A Gardener’s Notebook on Facebook at www.facebook.com * Circle A Gardener’s Notebook on Google+ at plus.google.com
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Growing vegetables in this 4′ x 8′ X 6″ high, easily accessible Raised Garden is a joy and relieves stress. A ‘Frame It All’ raised garden greatly improves your odds of harvesting a bountiful crop of healthy, robust vegetables and plants. The strong durable composite timbers are hollow and retain the heat of the sunshine to difuse the heat throughout the night to and keep the soil at a constant temperature. Manufactured from 60% recycled, post-consumer plastic and 40% wood flour, the durable composite wood grain plastic timbers, which never rot, splinter or lose their color – which just weathers naturally like real wood, locate into brackets on the joint stakes, which are hammered into the ground. Raised gardens are easy to manage by people of all ages. No back-breaking effort is required to teach even the youngest children the joys of growing and gardening. Kit contains 6 Stacking Joints, 6 Composite Timbers, and all necessary hardware.