Raised Bed Herb Garden

Raised Bed Herb Garden Makeover: Before and After

I makeover my 10 year old herb garden and drop a raised bed garden frame in the old space. I show you the before, after and the whole process of taking back an over grown herb garden and re-establishing it in a raised bed frame. It will provide you with some basic garden design information to use in your herb garden.

10 Comments

  1. Eczentric Bird

    Cool. Great video! I’m a complete novicev so please excuse my ignorance. Why do you want to attract toads?

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  2. Gary Pilarchik

    Toads are a little different than frogs. If the take up homestead, they will eat slugs. Inverted pots with entrances are good for toads.

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  3. Karen M

    looks great and very neat looking. Gardening is def a lot of work, but it rewards exponentially. An herb garden has to be one of the most handy type of gardens. I also have garlic chives that have spread everywhere! They are delicious, but so hard to control.

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  4. Gary Pilarchik

    I went with pure garlic this fall. I planted the 2×10 with a whole row of garlic. The garlic chives just kicked my butt.

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  5. verrrr1

    great tips

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  6. Gary Pilarchik

    Thanks. Trying to keep them short and useful.

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  7. Huan Yu

    love your youtube channel ! very helpful!! this is my first year try to plant some veggies, thank you for the help

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  8. Gary Pilarchik

    Thanks! If you need help please drop your questions here or over at my blog. If I cant help you a lot of great world gardeners can. Enjoy.

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  9. fuzzborg

    Love what I’ve seen so far! I’ve done a little veggie growing in the past, but I followed your instructions for a raised bed. I’m going to make a cucumber trellis today using your plan. 🙂

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  10. Gary Pilarchik

    Excellent. I wish you luck. If you have questions let me know.

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