Last year I decided to put a Raised Bed Garden in my back yard, and got most of it built, but was snuck up on by a chronic illness which basically has sapped me of my stamina and endurance, but not my determination. I wanted to find a non-strenuous, less demanding method of finishing my garden beds which also wouldn't put the squeeze on my wallet. I started to do a search on the internet, and I found what i was looking for  in an online article by Lucas Crouch at "Backwoods Home Magazine".  Hope what I found and put together will be helpful to some at least....

Step 1: Supplies & Tools needed...

1 roll of 3' x 50" Construction/Erosion grade Propylene Silt Fencing (about $20 a roll at your local Big Box Hardware Store)
1 Twenty-Five pack of 24" long Wooden Landscaping Stakes (About $8 per pack at the same store)
Your choice of Soil and Soil Amendments from your supplier (Topsoil,Humus, Compost, Sand, Sawdust, etc etc...)
Old cardboard or Newspaper
a plot of land to build your bed(s) on and to grow from.

1 heavy hammer or mallet
1 regular hammer
staples and staple gun
razor knife or sharp kitchen knife
Tined Fork Rake, Pitch fork, or Garden Hoe
wish you all the health dear!!!
<p>Thank you! No Photo's, sorry...</p>
any photos for the flourishing garden?
how did your plants do? what did you plant? is there any updates?thanks
<p>The 1t year everything did very well...after the 1st year though, I haven't done a garden due to chronic health issues and working at getting back my health...</p>
<p>What a lovely garden along with its chain link fence that has created secured and cool ambiance for your yard that not only enhance the beauty but also increase the resale value.One can get more information on fencing by visiting <a href="http://www.californiafenceco.com/" rel="nofollow">California <br>Fence Company</a> with fabulous fencing options.Nice tips.</p>
<p>How did this hold up? I'm using it this year for potatoes.</p>
<p>did very will.</p>

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