DIY Raised-Garden Kits You Can Actually Build
Have you always wanted your very own raised garden bed, but thought it would require too much manual labor? Lucky for you, we've searched for the easiest garden beds to assemble (if you even have to assemble). Now hurry and go buy all your flowers and veggies, 'cause these raised beds are worth it.
Gated Cedar Raised Garden Bed Kit
Create your own little green sanctuary with this raised garden bed. The enclosed structure is made from a gorgeous cedar lumber with fenced panels and a gate to make sure no uninvited guests enter. A perfect spot to unwind in peace and get your hands dirty.
Elevated Planter Box
Add height and dimension to your outdoor scenery with a planter box high off the ground. The box is roughly waist-high so gardening won't be a pain (or cause any). The deep box even allows you to plant lanky carrots, while the 8-foot steel trellis adjusts to support any of your strong plants or vegetables.
Fenced-In Raised Box Garden
This raised bed is the perfect solution for growing your garden on the ground but keeping pesky critters out. Spend minimal time assembling and more time nurturing those mouthwatering plants.
Raised Bed with Irrigation
Not only does this raised bed come together in less than 10 minutes (hence the name), it's the only one we've seen that comes with its own irrigation system – it's about as no-brainer as raised-bed gardening comes!
Tented Raised Garden Bed
Don't want to mix your flowers and food? This kit makes TWO raised garden beds out of a high-density, brown polyethylene so you can separate your plants. Did you notice the price is barely over $100? Also included is a tent to protect your plants when need be.
Adaptable Garden Scene
We know you create beautiful floral designs, but why not draw a little more attention to your precise craftsmanship? The frame can be easily constructed in almost any outline you'd like! Just adjust the 2-inch boards to connect in the way you'd like and voila! We can't wait to see what you think of next!
Rustic Garden Wedge
We imagine vines cascading over the edges of this planter. Raised off the ground, and wheelchair-accessible, the V-shape unit is the perfect height for any backyard. The wedge is 18 inches deep for extensive root systems to grow and flourish. Attach an additional wedge unit with the extension kit to lengthen your garden to 48 inches.
Elevated Garden Wicker Bed
Just like at the farmers market, fill your wicker basket with all your healthy finds! This raised black wicker planter doubles as a bold accent piece in your outdoor decor.
Two-Tier Dovetail Raised Beds
Convert a bare corner of your land to a flourishing one, alive with all the greenery you invest in. The separate sections help you arrange your plants more easily. Perfect for even inexperienced gardeners.
Octagon Raised Beds
If you're not strict about having all your plants in perfectly straight lines and rows, experiment with a raised garden bed in the shape of an octagon. Natural Yards lets you choose the length and height of your beds. You can even center your structure around the base of a tree, crafting a floral tree skirt.
Raised Garden Bed with Trellis Wall
Like your food better if it comes from your own backyard? We do, too. That's why we love the Gronomics Raised Garden Bed with Trellis Kit so your vegetables can grow out and tall, expanding your production.
Three-Tier Rustic Bed
Gronomics really raised the bar with this rustic garden base. The three tiers create ultimate organization dependent on your garden needs, especially if different soils or irrigation is required. Somehow, no tools are needed to assemble!
We like to call this the patio planter 'cause it's just the right size for limited spaces, such as an intimate patio area. The weathered cedar panels slide into one unit in a matter of minutes. Yeah, that wins us over.