If you have good soil, garden in the ground. It’s easier because you don’t have to build beds and add soil to them.

But if you have ledge, rocky soil, lead in your soil or perhaps you have trouble bending down to reach the garden, use a raised bed.

In sum, in the soil is the default method for vegetable gardening. Raised beds are designed to fix problems. — TOM ATWELL

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