Check out these cool DIY raised garden beds that can be made without spending a fortune.
Do you want to start gardening, but don’t have the space for a garden plot? Or maybe your soil is too poor to grow anything?
A raised garden bed is the perfect solution. You can make them yourself using simple materials, and they’re a great way to get started in gardening.
Plus, you can customize them to fit any size or shape you want. Keep reading for instructions on how to make your own DIY raised garden beds!
23 DIY Raised Garden Beds
Check out this collection of 23 DIY raised garden beds for some ideas and instructions to make your gardening experience a success.
Cedar Raised Garden Beds from Fence Pickets
These cedar garden beds were made from inexpensive cedar fence pickets for under $20 each. Over 10 years later, they are still holding up well.
How to Make a Lettuce Table from Cast Off Furniture
Learn how to turn an old table or desk into a cool raised bed for growing your own salad!
Greenhouse Gardening Ideas
Use old pallets to build budget-friendly DIY raised beds. You can sometimes find them for free at local stores or even on the side of the road.
How to Build Cheap Raised Beds for a Preschool Garden
Do you have plans to grow your own food, but not quite sure where to start? Check out this post for tips and tricks with plans for a pre-school garden.
The Best Raised Garden Bed
Learn all about installing new sustainable raised beds with these helpful tips.
Build a Simple Raised Garden Bed
Learn how to make your own backyard raised garden bed with just a few supplies.
Your Guide to Raised Bed Gardening
Here is a helpful guide to raised bed gardening. You will want to read these tips before you start your own.
Log Raised Beds
A raised bed doesn’t need to be made from finished lumber. You can also make raised beds from logs.
How to Build a Cinder Block Raised Garden Bed
Build a cinder block raised garden bed for an inexpensive option to cedar.
How To Build DIY Raised Garden Boxes and Beds
DIY garden beds are perfect for growing tomatoes, pepper, herbs, and whatever else you want to try your green thumb at.
How to Build a Raised Garden Bed Tutorial
- Use concrete cinder blocks and stone veneer to build a unique garden bed.
Raised Garden Planter
These 4’ x 8’ x 12” raised boxes are a great start to growing your own fruits and vegetables.
Easy DIY Raised Garden Beds for Any Size
Follow this step-by-step tutorial to make your own raised garden beds in any size that you like!
DIY Cedar Raised Garden Bed
Learn how to build a cedar-raised garden bed with just good two materials and a few tools.
DIY Raised Garden Beds with Scrap Wood
Save money by building a scrap wood garden bed. Follow this tutorial to make your own!
DIY Cedar Raised Garden Beds
Use leftover cedar fence pickets to build DIY cedar-raised garden beds.
What if you have a raised garden bed and you need to move it? Let me show you what we did!
DIY Tiered Raised Garden Bed
Learn how to build a DIY tiered raised garden bed using cedar fences and 2×4's with this step-by-step tutorial
Raised Bed Garden DIY
Make a built-in raised bed hybrid with plenty of space for your vegetables or whatever else you want to grow.
DIY Raised Garden Bed
Whether you have a large yard or a tiny space of grass a raised bed may be just what you need!
Wood Pallet DIY Raised Planter Box
Follow this step-by-step tutorial on how to make a wood pallet raised planter box.
How to Make a Vegetable Garden
It is easier than you think to build raised garden beds in your backyard. Here are some tips!
This post will show you how we filled in our DIY raised garden beds. There are some super helpful tips here!
I hope you found these raised garden bed ideas helpful.
Here are some other posts about gardening that I’ve written and you might enjoy: DIY Concrete Planters | Privacy Planters | How to Use Pine Straw as Mulch | 13 Stunning & Easy Garden Trellis Ideas | How to Setup a Pond and Patio | Gifts to Make from the Garden | Everything You Need to Know about Grow Lights
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