So I'm kind of a walking contradiction, I want to do the least amout of work possible but I want to have my own vegetable garden.
The soil in my place is bad, really really bad, and I'm done bending or squatting to garden. So my plan is to build some raised beds in my back yard so that I can have better soil and sit on a ledge to garden.
Attached is the tenative 'floor plan'.
I'm looking for input on it.
Between the side fences and the back fence and the planter I'm planning on putting gravel. I want to put some sort of divider between the gravel and the grass, probably stone.
I don't know if i should straight line the divider and gravel like i drew and have it in front of the shorter planters or if i should put it at the edge of the planters so the is no gravel in front, just between.
Also I'm thinking cedar for the planters. Should i seal them or line them with something before i put dirt in them? I'm chemically sensitive and don't want to use toxic materials in my garden.
Let me know if the picture is too small and I'll take some split close ups.