Help is on the way for us with our raised bed gardens.
For years we have used these beds - some for vegetables and some for flowers and herbs.
And each year the yield from the veggies is okay.
The green beans are our best growers, followed by the cucumbers and the tomatoes.
The flowers and herbs don't do too badly, but I am sure their beds could use some new life put back into them.
And we try to do that by adding manure and soil each season.
But this season we are going to go by the books - or videos as it is today.
The Gardenieres has some great info for us gardeners, and one I will be paying attention to is the one for choosing soil.
I am sure that by using the tips that Coach Dave has to offer, my gardens will be doing much better next season.
By using the correct soil for my flower beds this fall, they will get what they need to help them through the winter and they will be off to their best start for the next season.
I never really thought about putting the soil in the beds in the fall, and I will be anxious to see the results next season.
In New England, the ability to Find beauty in the Fall is all around us, and keeping those beds in shape will keep them lasting even longer.