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Keyhole gardening was started in Africa, where it's hot and dry. This circular, raised bed holds moisture and nutrients because of an active compost pile in the center. A small pie-slice-s

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Submitted on Thursday, July 10, 2014.

Keyhole gardening was started in Africa, where it's hot and dry. This circular, raised bed holds moisture and nutrients because of an active compost pile in the center. A small pie-slice-section of the lasagna-style bed is used for easy access to the center forming the keyhole design. Join the training class and see how this keyhole bed is designed and used at the Victoria Educational Gardens.

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