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Raised Beds Gardening Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Raised Beds Gardening.

A Beginner's Guide to Fruit and Vegetable Gardening

People take an interest in gardening for a variety of reasons—higher quality produce, exercise in the great outdoors, or saving money. Whether you hope to discover your green thumb or save a little green, growing your own fruits and vegeta...  Read more

Get a Good Night's Sleep with GERD

Before I was diagnosed with GERD, I experienced chronic bouts of heartburn off and on. But it wasn't until my heartburn started waking me up in the middle of the night that I began to suspect it was a symptom of a more serious condition. I ha...  Read more

Glossary of Gardening Terms

Expand your vocabulary or clarify some common gardening words and phrases with this easy-to-follow glossary of common terms. Bookmark this for later use! Acidic soil - Any soil with a pH lower than 7. Alkaline (basic) soil - Any soil with a...  Read more

Fruit and Vegetable Gardening A-Z: Strawberries

Nothing is more delicious than a warm, luscious strawberry straight out of a garden. Conventionally grown strawberries are one of the most pesticide-laden fruits on the market, so it certainly benefits both your wallet and health to grow your own. St...  Read more

Recommended Gardening Resources

This guide contains a wealth of knowledge to help you begin your journey into gardening or expand what you already know. Included are touching memoirs from experts, advice on preserving your bounty, links to encourage and inspire creativity in the ga...  Read more

How does your garden grow?
Updated 4/19/2014 3:17:16 PM

Mine is growing well. My lettuce and peas are sprouted and my blueberries are starting to appear. I see nectarines, peaches, pluots, apricots and strawberries developing as well. I have flowers on one of my tomatoes, though no tomatoes yet....  Read more

DO YOU MAKE UP YOUR BED IN THE MORNING ??
Updated 4/19/2014 7:30:52 PM

REALLY THAT TAKES ABOUT MAYBE 250 TO 300 STEP'S TO DO IT. EVERY STEP COUNT'S....  Read more

Pics of my little cactus garden and some others
Updated 4/5/2014 9:22:21 AM

www.sparkpeople.com/mypage_public_journal_
individual.asp?blog_id=5664730 Cute! Heh?!...  Read more

Gardening
Updated 3/29/2014 10:17:02 PM

I just joined Sparkspeople.com. I have lost 10lbs but it is at this weight that I plateau. Frustrating as it may be, I need help to break this. Question, is gardening counted as exercise. I bend, squat, pull weeds, plant flowers and mow the...  Read more

Planning a little cactus garden!
Updated 3/29/2014 11:57:15 PM

I just bought 3 little cacti! I'm planning to buy a few more different varities! Then I am going to buy a larger decorative pot that is a lot wider and make a little cactus garden! When I have transplanted them, I will put pics on my blog. Now i...  Read more

Gardening some of my groceries!!

I have planted a couple of raised garden beds with all kinds of veggies, strawberries & some new things I don't normally eat. It gives me exercise and will save me money in the long run. The beds are reusable for several years!! The extra fruit & veg...  Read more

Mulching the Garden Helps Me So Much!

I have started a herb garden in addition to my veggie garden[with flowers outlining it!] and since my hubby mulched the herb garden for me, those weeds are being stifled and much LESS showing UP! So, it's off to the garden supply store to get mulch f...  Read more

Gardening

Anyone who loves gardening and wants to combine this love with their desire to be fit and healthy!...  Read more

Bigger Products for Bigger Fun

Being a larger or handicapped person is not easy. I won’t even go into the societal issues, but it is just difficult to find products that fit your lifestyle or assist you in ways that may be difficult to talk about. Well, I have researched sit...  Read more

Getting Your Kids Excited About Healthy Foods

When I was little, I had no concept of where my food came from.  I just knew that my mom went to the store and came back with lots of things for my family to eat.  I never thought about the journey my food went through to make it into the s...  Read more