Properties with a steep slope are not rare in San Diego and they present everyday challenges for every owner. Terracing a sloped garden has at least two important advantages: it offers the possibility to create a great-looking vegetable garden layout in your backyard, and it helps prevent erosion by allowing heavy rains to soak into the soil.
Materials you can use for the retaining wall when terracing include:
Terraces need to allow fair leveling of the land in-between. Designing and building the retaining wall need to take into consideration the San Diego community codes for walls and terraces. Ask for the expertise of our professionals, so that every retaining wall in your terraced slope has proper drainage, has the right height and is strong enough and anchored adequately to resist hydrostatic water pressure, freezing, thawing and heavy rains.
If you opt for a vegetable garden layout in your terraced slope, it is wisest to fill the terraces with top quality dirt, which has organic compost and manure in its composition. San Diego professionals have the expertise needed to advise you on filling terraces properly. Quality dirt allows vegetables to absorb the optimum amount of nutrients needed for healthy growth, without risking the dangers of over fertilization.
Terracing a slope will preserve the soil of your backyard, while an attractive vegetable garden design will add flair to your landscaping. The benefits of growing your own organic vegetables include:
In addition to these, you are given the luxury to gain control over your nutrition and improve the choices and cost of the food you eat.
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