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Anyone else dreaming of their garden yet? I am eagerly awaiting the seed catalogs to arrive in the mail.
If you are in need of some raised garden beds, I’ve rounded up some great ideas here that you might want to implement into your yard.
Wooden Raised Garden Beds
These wooden raised garden beds appear to be easy to make and would be a great weekend project to get your garden ready for planting. You can find directions on how to make this easy raised garden bed via Tilly’s Nest
Raised Bed with Privacy Wall
This raised bed has a privacy wall built behind it. You can see how to build it at Empress of Dirt.
Cobbled Raised Bed
This raised garden bed is made from cobblestone pavers. It looks great! You can see how Laura from Pet Scribbles built this cobblestone paver raised garden bed here.
Corrugated Metal Raised Garden Bed
This corrugated metal raised garden box is definitely different than most of the others I’ve seen. It has a lot of character to them. You can find out how to make these raised garden beds at My Crazy Good Life.
Cement Block Raised Garden Bed
This is a fun planter. I could see it working well for herbs with an easy way to separate them using the cement blocks. You can find the directions directions for this planter and more pictures at The Gardening Cook.
Dresser Drawer Raised Garden Bed
I had never heard of this before, but this gal used dresser drawers to create her raised garden bed. That is such a great idea if you have a dresser that you want to get rid of. You can see how she made these dresser drawers raised garden beds at Kori At Home.
Wooden Garden Beds
These garden beds are perfect for going along a fence line. You can find details on how they made these raised beds from old fence boards at Ugly Duckling House.
Old Walnut or Cherry Boxes
These old walnut or cherry boxes are super easy to change into raised garden boxes. All you need to do is add compost into them and plant. You can find out more information about using the old walnut or cherry boxes here.
I hope you found a raised garden idea that might for your garden.
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