The garden on raised beds is most often built by gardeners who have little space, or those who find it difficult to bend to the ground. If such beds are raised to a meter in height, planting and harvesting can be done standing. It is most convenient to place them on the sides of small yards. In such elevated beds, the rooting is deeper, and there is complete control over the soil content. They are suitable for rocky soil, nutrient-poor soil, weedy soil, or desert soil.
A high garden can be made of various materials, and even old plastic bags. Small construction debris can be placed on the bottom of the bag so that moles cannot enter the garden. So we use the waste and get a free garden. In the upper 30 centimeters it is necessary to make a quality mixture of soil from ordinary soil, and compost or manure.
As this type of soil quickly loses moisture, the garden needs frequent watering, preferably with a drip system.
If the garden is 1.2 meters high, or more, small animals such as small dogs, rabbits, chickens, ducks and the like can be kept under it. Thus, the same space is used for two purposes, for growing vegetables and small animals.