Raised planter boxes, also called garden boxes, are by definition raised soil beds supported by walls or other materials such as fibre or wooden planks to retain the soil and maintain the structural integrity of the planters. As the name suggests, these raised beds are built up by piling up or heaping the soil into the planters instead of building it down. Raised planters are a great way of solving many common gardening problems.
Down below are reasons why everyone should switch to planters!
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Raised beds make it simple for beginners to begin gardening by removing numerous barriers. The initial investment that it requires does pay off, and one is left with many healthy and green plants by the end of the year. All one needs is a planter, soil mix, mulch, compost, and most importantly, seeds, seedlings, or saplings, a little bit of water, and care! On the other hand, row crows are hard for beginners as they need weeding, sowing, and maintaining. This can be a little bit labour-intensive, and one has to repeat this process multiple times to yield the best results. Planters offer a much more manageable and straightforward approach towards gardening and plant care.
2. Say bye-bye to tilling!
Tiling is preparing the land by ploughing, adding organic material to make the soil nutrient-rich and suitable for planting. This is a long, tedious and laborious process. But with planters, there is no need to till! They are easy to prepare and maintain. One can add layers of materials such as soil, mulch, compost, manure, and other conditioners of the soil. Add a couple of inches of each on top of one another, and the soil is ready for planting. This process can be repeated every year or as often as required. Plants and worms can also till the soil by themselves, which further reduces labour, keeps the soil structure intact, and increases the organic materials in the soil.
3. Fewer weeds, more significant root growth
Raised planter boxes elevate the soil beds and separate the plants from the wild, less maintained surroundings, which highly reduces the chances of weed seeds growing in the planters. Since planters are usually layered with a new soil mix, it ensures double protection against weeds and grass. What makes planters unique is that they have bottom protection that prevents any invasive weeds or grass from entering the weed-free soil!
Planters that are low-set or have a nutrient-rich soil mix promote faster root development than normally planted plants. Planter plants have a healthy appearance and have a good harvest time.
4. Better drain system
The soil does not lose nutrients over time due to watering and rains as it is contained in the planters. In the case of a bottomless planter, the nutrients seep into the soil below, but even then, one does not lose the soil structure or the nutrients as much as one does when compared with a typical garden after a heavy downpour. Raised beds are also the only way to guarantee healthy plant growth and harvest in areas that experience constant flooding. Planters that are 400m to 500m in depth are ideal as they provide enough drainage and breathing room from the marshy conditions.
They also offer higher yields. Anyone who wants to own a healthy, thriving, and vibrant garden needs to get their hands on these planter boxes. They are great for beginners and pros alike, are easy to maintain, and cost-effective!