Vegetable Garden: How to Prepare a Raised Bed Garden for Planting


William Moss from CBS this Morning and HGTV prepares a Raised Bed Garden for planting with Patti Moreno, the Garden Girl. Visit www.wemoss.org and http

25 Responses to “Vegetable Garden: How to Prepare a Raised Bed Garden for Planting”

  1. darwinsocampo says:

    loved all your videos. keep up the great work!

  2. OrganicTexas says:

    How are those radius garden tools? Hope they’re a good set, cause I just ordered it. Nice vid! -OT

  3. xxnoangelxx says:

    Cleavage? The Stud? We don’t need all that. Pat you have been phenomenal in getting your message across. Maybe somebody needs sex but it’s not your loyal fans we just want to grow stuff and for that I thank you for; your leadership and expertise.

  4. jakemobley says:

    @lheartlondon
    your fucking stupid.

  5. victorsgomez says:

    Formidable!

  6. iscavengersam says:

    So how often do your seeds produce plants. If my tomato plant is harvested do I need to replant a whole different plant r will it produce tomatoes consistently?

  7. QuickGardens says:

    It’s that time of year. Happy planting everyone

  8. lheartlondon says:

    i never use animal manure in my garden and my garden has always been great. i use fish fertilizer though.

    p.s., you don’t have to show off your boobs in the opening, it’s kinda slutty. are you ho-ing gardening???

  9. RosieHamster says:

    PLEASE DON’T READ THIS COMMENT TOMMORROW U WILL BE KISSED BY YOUR CRUSH TOMMORROW WILL BE THE BEST DAY OF YOUR LIFE NOW YOU’VE STARTED READING THIS AND YOU HAVE 143 MINUTES TO POST THIS ON 5 VIDEOS AND IF U DON’T something bad will happen WHEN U R DONE PRESS F6 AND YOUR FUTER HUSBANDS NAME WILL APPEAR ON THE SCREEN SO SCARY IT ACTUALLY WORKS

  10. drtooty5 says:

    I am definitely gonna try this…great video~

  11. joale107 says:

    nice video

  12. pinetar100 says:

    nice video i envy your weather still have 2ft of snow

  13. Bluemoon1554 says:

    cool thank

  14. cjellwood says:

    Janet ?

  15. amsterdamob says:

    This is an awesome video!!!
    I think everyone should grow/hunt their own food! Be self-sufficient!

  16. amsterdamob says:

    Did you have any problems with drainage? It seems like that would keep too much water in the beds, depending on how often/how much you water. I use hardware cloth, but it’s mostly to keep the rodents out.

  17. combatvetlawstudent says:

    great vid!

  18. avalonandon says:

    using plastic in the garden is obviously not sustainable, but if you have tons of weeds in an area if you get all the weeds and their roots out before you put the soil back in it will help a lot!

  19. HydroponicsFriend says:

    We have a clay soil. Raised beds are the way to go if your soil is not very good. Thanks for posting this video.

  20. Greengate777 says:

    When I set up my planters, I lined them on the inside with pond liner. It goes all around the planter and it also covers about half of the bottom. Then, I filled it up with soil. I did this for two reasons. First, because the pond liner is impermeable, it will keep the water in the soil. Nothing will seep out trough the sides of the planter. Second: the liner will keep moisture away from the wood the planter is made from… the planter should last longer that way.

  21. wgseagal says:

    is this this year isnt it cold up there because its been cold down here and you all are not wearing jackets must of been a warm day we got a couple of weeks ago

  22. wgseagal says:

    too cold get this cold weather back up there its hanging around too long

  23. rubyspirit2 says:

    Awesome, I’m ready to start planting!

  24. GardenGirltv says:

    The heirlooms I plant seem to do just fine, but don’t mess with the roots at all.

  25. visually says:

    I put three raised beds in my garden last year and am adding 4 more this year. Thanks for the info. It will be helpful in getting the current three ready for planting.

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