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<p>If the soil in the garden is good, it should be getting better with care because last year was a nice one. Shrubs and perennial flowers benefit much from compost, manure, etc., and, if you have it, leaf mold is even better; nevertheless, it is not the answer to your query. <a href="https://funnyshooter2.com">funny shooter 2</a><br /><br /></p>

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Original Post by Vmbannister

Garden redesign help required

I planted low level beds two years ago, they were great first year but last summer produced little or plants bolted. I used chicken manure to give them a boost one month before planting. I am now looking to raise the beds and would appreciate helpin what to put in them soil wise to get best results.

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