Starting a garden is no easy task, and it can be especially challenging if the terrain surrounding your property isn't amenable to the types of plants you'd like to grow. Enter the raised garden bed — a boxy unit that allows you to plant flowers, herbs, and vegetables just about anywhere outdoors. Here are 10 raised garden beds for your plants to call home.
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An amazing value, this composite-wood unit is easy to assemble and perfect for smaller-sized outdoor spaces. At this price, it can be bought in multiples for creating a beautifully lush garden where there was just hard ground before.
This three-tier setup is made from rot-resistant cedar, and simply slides into place without any tools or construction know-how! Each of the slim rows can fit a different variety of plant so they can coexist without overpowering each other (we're looking at you, mint).
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These user-favorite beds are lightweight, yet durable — they keep the weeding to a minimum throughout the growing season. The black plastic build absorbs heat and retains moisture, encouraging abundant plant growth.
For those who'd prefer not to get on their hands and knees to tend to their blooms, this elevated cedar-wood bed from Gronomics provides the solution. This easy-to-install design also affords the flexibility to move the garden to the deck, or anywhere else where invasive critters can't get into the plants.
Raised garden beds allow you to grow the plants that you want — even if backyard space is sparse. Give climbing plants a solid foundation with this fir-wood planter, featuring a thin wire trellis.
Get your garden ready to grow in less than an hour with this weather-resistant plastic pick. The generous size is great for growing cucumbers, tomatoes, and other produce, and the sturdy structure is built to last for years to come.
Curtail the weeding once and for all. This elevated garden bed can house deep-rooting plants thanks to its V-shaped design, and the fir-wood build is treated with a food-safe preservative, so you can grow an entire kitchen garden right in your own backyard.
For those who prefer a more low-maintenance approach to gardening, this budget-friendly bed can sit on a patio or balcony and has a self-contained watering system, keeping your plants plenty hydrated, but not over-watered.
This generously sized, 16-square-foot planter box takes your gardening to new heights. Multiple plants can thrive within this cedar-and-aluminum unit, which has strategically placed drainage holes and air vents, so that the roots don't become saturated with moisture.
This raised garden bed has a crisp, clean-cut style, constructed of durable vinyl material. The elevated structure allows easy mobility if necessary, and keeps blooms away from curious pets with a penchant for digging.