If you’re like most of us, you grew up growing your own.
You didn’t need a lot of equipment or a lot to know what you wanted.
And you had access to a whole lot of help and resources.
But what if you were in the market for a new way to grow vegetables?
You want to keep things simple, so you start with a pot and some soil.
But what if the soil you use has been tested and found to be safe?
What if it’s just too expensive?
How can you keep the cost down?
If you’re going to grow a garden, you might as well get the most out of it.
Garth’s Boulders in a Box is the first and only DIY garden I’ve ever written about.
And I’m not just talking about the hardware and plumbing.
I’m talking about what you need to know to do it.
I recommend starting with a simple soil mix that will allow you to keep your garden tidy.
You can then add a few more plants and plant them where you want.
I’ve found that a good starting soil mix is 50/50 soil and potting mix.
I usually start with 100-200 lbs.
of dirt and a mix of potting soil and compost.
If you have a mix with less than that, you can add a bit of compost and water in there to increase the volume.
You might think this is a great place to start.
You’re going back to the basics.
But you need a bit more.
Garths Bouldings in a box costs $29.95 on Amazon.
If it’s less, you’ll need to spend another $19.99 on a soil mix or another soil mix.
If the soil mixes are going to be a bit different, then you might want to experiment with a different mix.
You might even want to buy your own soil mix, if you can find one for under $25.
You’ll also need to buy a lot more supplies.
There are plenty of products online to get you started.
If you plan on growing a garden or starting a vegetable garden, Garths Boulding in aBox is worth a look.
It includes everything you need for a quick, easy, and cost-effective way to get your vegetables started.
It’s also a good idea to check out some of the other gardening projects Garth offers.
You may even find that you’re looking for something that you’ve never done before.