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Like most folks who start a ranch or farm, we acquired our goats shortly after we learned how to raise chicken successfully.
As the saying goes, if you want something to last forever, write it in stone. We say, if you want long lasting raised garden beds for your plants, build stone garden beds.
Everyone knows that mild steel will last for a considerably long time, even when stored outdoors. But galvanized metal on the other hand, well, that’s a material that lasts a lifetime plus.
Just like concrete cinder blocks, bricks/paver are great materials for making raised garden beds. If you recently renovated your house or had a construction project on your property, chances are high that you may have some bricks or paver materials lying around.
Cinder blocks are the best option for raised garden beds because concrete holds multiple benefits over other materials such as wood and metal.
Thinking of building a galvanized raised garden bed? There are a variety of metal materials that you can use to build a metal raised garden bed
Ready to create your own raised garden bed? There are many items and materials that you can use to build raised garden beds e.g. cinder blocks, wood, stone, plastic, or metal.
Do you want to start gardening on raised garden beds? Raised garden beds have been around since 300BC where they were used as a means of preventing soil erosion.
Want to spruce up your home with a modern raised garden bed? Raised garden beds are excellent for growing veggies and other plants because they allow you to control every aspect of the garden.
Plastic raised garden beds are a simple gardening method that will not only improve your plant’s health, but also increase your garden’s productivity.
Wood is a very popular material in gardening. You can find thousands of DIY videos of how to build a raised garden bed using wood because it is cheap and easily available.
Do you like gardening but lack the space in your yard? Perhaps your yard is big enough but you want to maximize on the hardscape space.
So what’s going on over at the Ridge Haven Ranch? Lots actually. From seeing first-hand how our electric fence would turn out, to watching our seedlings grow, acquiring more ranch materials and so much more.
Thinking about ditching the dull suburb lifestyle for a slice of dirty paradise in the woods or weeds? I don’t blame you!