How To Grow Simple…

Have you always wanted to grow your own food?  If you are one of those that think gardening has to be back breaking work – think again!

Our Raised Row Beds At The Old World Garden Farm
Our Raised Row Beds At The Old World Garden Farm

Our raised row, no till and low maintenance garden beds provide us with thousands of pounds of vegetables each year, and keep us in fresh and canned food year round.

We take you through the process of how we plan, plant, care and maintain our raised row garden beds – and how to create your own simple garden in your yard.

The Master Gardener’s Raised Row Pantry Garden Project – Giving At Its Best!

We were both excited and flattered this past spring when Lori Swihart, Program Coordinator for the Licking County Master Gardener Volunteers group, contacted us to tell us of their group's plan to create a Pantry Garden using our Raised Row Gardening method. Especially when we discovered that all of the produce was to be donated…

Gardening With Too Much Rain – The Secrets To Success. (With Video)

When it comes to gardening with too much rain, this has been a year for the record books. Up until Friday of this past week, we had an unbelievable stretch of 13 straight days where rain fell at some point on our little farm. Five of those days included rains of more than an inch.…

Teaching The Raised Row Method – How To Grow Vegetables With Ease!

When it comes to the raised row method of gardening, its all about keeping the process of growing vegetables simple, easy, organic, and most of all - fun! Our first Raised Row Garden started out in 2011 as an experiment. In essence, it was a way for us to attempt to garden smarter, and not…

How To Create A Simple, Weed-Free, Low-Maintenance Vegetable Garden

Garden season is around the corner - so how about making this the year to create an incredible low-maintenance vegetable garden! You can actually do it quite easily. And, believe it or not, it can be weed-free. All without having to spend hours upon hours in the garden. There is nothing quite…

An Incredible Record Setting Harvest – Raised Row Garden Magic!

It has been simply nothing short of a record-setting harvest for our raised row garden this year! To date, over 1000 tomatoes, 100+ green bell peppers, and a few hundred more of both sweet and hot peppers have been pulled from the garden. And that all comes on the heels of a huge cucumber, zucchini,…

6 Simple Garden Tools – The Only Tools Needed For An Amazing Garden!

All it takes is a few simple garden tools to have an amazing, weed free, and highly productive garden. In fact, as we see it, 6 just about does the trick just perfectly! This past week, we received a wonderful email from a Wisconsin gardener explaining how he had decided to switch this year to…

How To Create A Simple No-Till Garden With Little Weeding – Forever!

When it comes to working less, weeding less, and having more fun growing vegetables - a simple no-till garden is the answer! Simply put, there is never a need to till your garden. In fact, tilling your soil…

One Big Day Today! – Can You Please Help Us With A Dream?

Today is the day! I can tell you with 100 percent certainty that there has never been a day that we have been more excited, jubilant, nervous, proud, humbled and scared all at the same time. But that is exactly what we are feeling at the very moment you read these words. [caption id="attachment_31344" align="alignright"…

4 thoughts on “Raised Row Gardening

  • December 4, 2018 at 12:23 pm

    I’m sorry, but I too, am unable to view the answers to Doug’s questions. There is nothing posted under his questions.

  • October 25, 2018 at 4:02 pm

    Hey there – thank you for the comment! You can find the answers to Doug’s questions right underneath his comment.

    Thanks! Mary and Jim

  • October 22, 2018 at 1:47 pm

    I want to see the answers to Doug’s questions. Where are the answers posted?

  • June 7, 2018 at 10:49 am

    Greetings from South Carolina.
    I have been gradually turning my garden into one that looks like your photos and use your “Raised Row Gardening” book as my primary guide.
    Built stake a cage supports for my tomatoes and peppers, which are working out just fine. Walking rows are wood chips and I mulch with straw, built a soaker hose watering system.

    What do you do with your straw mulch at season end? Logic indicates that if you dispose of finished tomato plants by burning to avoid spreading disease you would also want to dispose of the mulch beneath them in a similar way rather than putting the straw in the compost bin?

    Also, continually adding wood chips to my walking rows would build up over time as earlier layers decompose into good mulch for weeds. Do you ever remove the wood chips and replace entirely with new? Would you add decomposed wood chips to the compost bin?
    Doug Clinton
    Pickens, SC

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