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Which Vegetables Grows Better in raised beds?
Most vegetables will grow best if they are provided with good deep soil. However, root vegetables are most sensitive to soil depth. In general, 6-12 inches deep is considered the minimum soil depth for growing vegetables. You may need to add another layer for your beds that are only 4 inches deep. You may find a couple of our slide shows helpful. Here's one on growing vegetables in raised beds and here's one on the best cold-tolerant vegetables.