Raised Bed Garden Kits

Below is a selection of the finest raised bed garden kits available, so you can compare them side-by-side. The clickable links will take you to the product page which has prices, details and reviews by other users.

When choosing which one to buy, consider:

  • Will that fit with the space I have, and be big enough for the size and quantity of the plants I want to grow?

  • Is it deep enough for the roots of the plants I plants I want to grow? Is it deep enough to save my back from having to bend over farther than I am comfortable?

  • Can it be expanded if I need more space later on? Can another section be connected to it later?
  • Would raised bed corners suit my needs better, so I can use my own lumber and make my raised bed garden any size I want?
    (See link to Raised Bed Corners article below)

For more details about raised bed gardening, visit these related articles:

  • Raised Bed Vegetable Garden
    Advantages and disadvantages of growing in framed raised beds, plus tips for success.

  • Raised Bed Garden Designs: Photo Gallery
    This is a photo gallery featuring 9 different raised bed garden designs. The close-up photographs of the corner details should make it easy for those who are even a little handy to duplicate the construction. Make the dimensions fit your taste or space.

  • Raised Bed Corners
    If you want to use local lumber but don’t have much in the way of tools, you can buy pre-made corners to join your lumber together. This is less expensive than buying kits, and allows you to make your raised bed garden any width or length. All you need is a screwdriver!

  • Raised Bed Construction
    No matter what design of raised bed garden you choose to build, observe these construction details which hold true for all raised bed construction. By following these simple do's and don'ts you can build a custom raised bed any width and length you choose, out of 2x6s, 2x8s, 4x4s, 4x6s or any other sturdy lumber.

  • French Intensive Raised Bed Garden
    There is another type of raised bed, too: one with no frame at all! This is the way I have been gardening most of my life, and it is called double-dug, French intensive raised bed gardening. It costs nothing for building materials or imported potting soil, honors and supports natural soil ecology, and is sustainable indefinitely. You can watch a You Tube video showing how to use the method, if you would like to compare it with framed raised beds.
  • Raised Strawberry Bed
    Everyone loves raised beds, and everyone loves strawberries. A raised strawberry bed combines the best of both worlds.

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