Cable Spool Waist High Raised Bed Garden at a SLC Community Garden


John from www.growingyourgreens.com takes you on a field trip to one of the community gardens in Salt Lake City, Utah. Learn how to make a waist high raised bed garden out of a wooden cable spool and find out what people are growing in Salt Lake City as well as learn how they are fostering community in their community garden

12 Responses to “Cable Spool Waist High Raised Bed Garden at a SLC Community Garden”

  1. growingyourgreens says:

    Yup, they are cross sections of bell peppers.. I figured it out after I look at it some more..

  2. growingyourgreens says:

    The raised beds in this video were made with 2×6 lumber that was stacked 3 tall, so about 18″ tall overall. Please check my other videos for an episode I talk about how high to build your raised beds. For MOST things, 12″ will be sufficient.

  3. domainjester says:

    To each their own judgy judgerson.

  4. crewlla says:

    @crewlla the spool looks like it could be for people who smoke. How big are thoughs rasied beds.

  5. crewlla says:

    its pot hehehehehehehehehehehehe just jokeing. 🙂

  6. mysciencenow says:

    the other sculptures are red bell peppers i think

  7. JackANDJude says:

    Those sculptures in the background are sliced peppers – red, orange, green and yellow. John, check out my “Sunflowers in the Yarden 2010” video on my channel. I planted lots of veggies in my front yard. Cheers!

  8. LaoSoftware says:

    I envy those people. We don’t have any coummunity gardens in our towns.

  9. Yungblade41 says:

    @apaulanarius i thought you meant in general, yea the raised beds in this look about 2 1/2 feet tall

  10. apaulanarius says:

    @Yungblade41 Thanks for the info; but the gardens in this video appear to be taller than twelve inches.

  11. Yungblade41 says:

    @apaulanarius bout 12 inches for fruits an veggies

  12. apaulanarius says:

    What is the height of the most of the raised gardens?

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