Three Easy Steps to Raised Beds – ebook Release

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SPRING!

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Spring’s greatest joy beyond a doubt is when it brings the children out.  Edgar Guest

I love Spring!  It is so full of life and hope!  After months of cold, I can feel the warmth coming.  Here in California we are admittedly spoiled by the good weather, but even for us the last few days have been cool and rainy.  I won’t let that stop me!  For several weeks now I’ve been planting my gardens.  I currently have in the ground potatoes, onions, snap peas, radishes, carrots, several varieties of kale, mustard greens, chard, lettuce, and spinach and just waiting to be planted are my tomatoes, peppers, and beans.  I’ve most certainly been bitten by the bug!

Have you been bitten by the Spring Bug yet?

Are you looking for ways to get your children involved in planting and caring for your garden?

Are you just not sure where to start?

Well, we have just the answer for you!

Just in time for Spring we’ve put together a little ebook to help get your garden started.

3 Easy Steps Cover Page

If you have ever wondered how to build a raised bed this ebook is for you.  In just three easy steps you will be planting!  Seriously!  The method is so simple children can do it!  In fact, this would make a GREAT homeschool project for any of you homeschooling families who are looking for ways to get your children outside and involved in gardening.  Simple to follow instructions are included in the book along with plenty of pictures.

This is a super frugal approach to building raised beds.  Materials cost less than $50 per 4’x8′ bed including the soil enrichment materials.  And, you won’t have to lift a hammer or pick up a nail!!  And, we’re offering our little ebook for just $.99 to help it fit any budget.

So what are you waiting for?  It’s time to get the garden in!

Three Easy Steps to Raised Beds ebook.

(Linked to Frugally SustainableCupcakes and Crinoline Link-up, You’re Gonna Love ItThe Garden PartyWildcrafting WednesdayNatural Living Link-UpBest Posts Of The Week, A Wise Woman Link-up, Green Thumb Thursday,  The Backyard Farming Connection, Mostly Homemade Mondays and Backyard Farming Connection #35)


  1. Thank you for the great info ~ I have been wanting to use raised beds for years but never have ~ I think this year I’ll do it. Thanks for linking up to Project Inspire{d} ~ have a great weekend.

    Mary Beth

  2. I just purchased your eBook! We bought a home on 26 mountain acres in the summer last year and I need to get creative with gardening – especially on the type of land we are on (this will also be my first year gardening!). I have been reading Square Foot Gardening and knew right away that I wanted raised beds, but I want to make it as cost effective as possible. Looking forward to receiving & reading the eBook 🙂

    Blessings,

    Jenn
    Maine Homemaker

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