Making a raised garden bed requires rot-resistant lumber like cedar, good soil, compost, a lever, rake and desired plants. Select and determine the shape and size of the garden, prep the site, construct the bed, fill in ... More » Home & Garden Gardening & Landscapes

To build a raised garden bed, prepare the ground, build the box, level the box, and plant flowers or vegetables. Finishing the raised garden bed with an irrigation system is optional. More »

Tools for building a raised garden bed include a circular saw, level, wheelbarrow, cold chisel, hoe, square, drill, caulk gun and hacksaw. The project also requires pressure-treated or rot-resistant wood and galvanized o... More » Home & Garden Home Maintenance Tools
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To prepare a flower bed in a garden, clear the bed, test the soil, add organic matter and turn up the soil. Apply fertilizer to the bed before planting. More » Home & Garden Gardening & Landscapes

To eradicate toadstools from your lawn, remove dead vegetation, rake up and bag the toadstools, till the soil, apply nitrogen-rich fertilizer, and monitor the lawn for new toadstools. The supplies you need are a rake, ga... More » Home & Garden Gardening & Landscapes

Though they may eat some unwanted garden pests such as aphids or mites, earwigs also eat plants, flowers and decaying compost materials, making them a net loss for the garden. Earwigs will chow down on ornamental plants ... More » Home & Garden Gardening & Landscapes