One of the great things about gardening in a raised garden bed is that you have full control over your soil quality. By layering various types of organic materials in your raised garden bed you can cultivate a nutrient-rich growing environment for your plants.
In this video Brijette Romstedt, from San Diego Seed Company, located in Zone 9 discusses a method of layering soil in a raised garden bed known as Hugelkultur.
00:05 What Is Hugelkultur?
00:48 Adding Sticks and Stumps to your Raised Garden Bed
01:10 Benefits of Compost Layered into your Raised Garden Bed
01:31 Layering Mulch into Your Raised Garden Bed
01:40 Adding Organic Granulated Fertilizer into Soil Layers
02:01 Nutrient-Rich Raised Bed Soil as Top Layer
02:13 Benefits Of Layering Soil
🌱 Looking for more garden tips? Check out these helpful resources below:
Soil Blog: https://www.kellogggarden.com/blog/soil/
Layering Soil in a Raised Garden Bed: https://www.kellogggarden.com/blog/raised-beds/layering-soil-for-an-inexpensive-raised-garden-bed/
How To Start A Raised Garden Bed: https://www.kellogggarden.com/blog/raised-beds/information-and-tips-on-how-to-start-a-raised-garden/
Monthly Organic Garden Guide: https://www.kellogggarden.com/monthly-organic-gardening-ebook/
🌱 Products Mentioned:
Kellogg Garden Organics Raised Bed & Potting Mix https://www.kellogggarden.com/products/kellogg/kellogg-garden-organics-natural-raised-bed-potting-mix/
G&B Organics Eden Valley Blend Paradise All-Purpose Fertilizer (5-5-5)
Kellogg Garden Organics All-Purpose Fertilizer
G&B Organics Purely Compost
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Stay tuned for more videos from Brijette. Check out her YouTube channel for more great Southern California gardening videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGqxIibBsFn_ifI088HYs1g