Keyhole beds lend themselves to multiple design options. Originally invented to maximize growing space while retaining accessibility, a raised bed keyhole can become a garden feature. This miniature display version of a keyhole garden was made as a training demonstration for families living in Kasubi Slum just outside Kampala where Revelation Life (a UK-based NGO) works to bring hope, restoration and sustainability to people living in poverty. It was built in Kasubi with the help of families from the slum, in order to train them in the garden’s construction. Since then it has been used to grow a rotation of chilies, cabbages, spring onions, spinach, kale and other local greens.
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