"Keyhole Gardening" article

Pilot Point, TX(Zone 7b)

Thought this was a good article... very intrigued with the concept


A keyhole garden is the ultimate raised-bed planter. It is often built in the shape of a circle measuring about 6 feet in diameter that stands waist-high and is notched like a pie with a slice cut away. A hole in the center holds a composting basket that moistens and nourishes the soil. The garden, which from above looks like a keyhole, can be built with recycled materials and requires less water than a conventional garden.

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Arlington, TX

Interesting, if I had the room I would try this.

Fulshear, TX(Zone 9b)

I saw that in one of the magazines. Very good idea!

Deep East Texas, TX(Zone 8a)

It was written up here on DG also... http://davesgarden.com/guides/articles/view/3726/

And with a couple more links at the bottom of the article too. Kristi

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