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Planting A Vegtrug Raised Vegetable Planter

Growing vegetables in a Vegtrug raised vegetable bed. Andrew from Quickcrop demonstrates how to use a Vegtrug, what to plant and how. These V shaped beds sit at waist height making growing vegetables a good option for gardeners with difficulty bending, it's even wheelchair accessible. The clever 'V' shape means that longer rooted crops like carrots and parsnips can be planted along the centre of the planter, and shallower rooted crops like lettuce and salads can be planted around the sides. Perfect for next to the back door.

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