Are Raised Beds Better for Gardening?

Join Jamie Brennan, founder of Gold Feather Gardens, for a class about raised bed gardening. She specializes in creating kitchen gardens, aka raised bed vegetable gardens, for homeowners and businesses all around Boise. If you’re currently gardening in the ground and are frustrated by weeds, water, bugs or comfort, this class will answer all of your questions about raised bed gardening. From the type of container, its location and dimensions, to support structures, soil and irrigation, this class will cover it all. Raised beds can offer more productivity and enjoyment in the garden. Plus, installing them in the fall/winter season means that you can plant as early as February! Now’s the time to consider if raised beds can take your garden to the next level.

Class size is limited to 25 at this time – Please visit our event link below to reserve your spot.

We respectfully ask non-vaccinated attendees please wear a mask, or attend remotely via the live class link.

Get Your Raised Beds Prepped for Spring!

It’s time to build and fill your raised beds!

Did you know the best time to start your garden beds is in the fall? It truly is! Building and preparing raised garden beds in the fall allows them to settle over the winter, and be ready for maximum production in the spring. Spring-filled beds are okay, but many will have issues retaining water until the soil properly settles and becomes structured.

The NorthEndOrganicNursery has bulk organic garden soil, topsoil, and compost to get your garden going! Delivery available, starting at just $35, for up to 4 yards of soil or compost, or bring your own truck or trailer and take it home today! BTW, our organic garden soil is awesome . . . nutritionally rich and pH balanced, just right for garden veggies. Delivery available Tuesday – Saturday.

We also have some really neat bed building kits and are happy to help you figure out the best situation for you!