In fact the article quoted below shows forty-two ways that you can make a raised garden bed. There are some simple plans that anyone with a few basic DIY skills could manage and others that are more complicated. However all achieve the same result of providing a place to grow flowers and vegetables separated from the open ground. There are several good reasons for using a raised bed including control over the soil mix and having the bed at a convenient height to avoid bending. This article which I found on the Morning Chores website tells you all you need to know.
Planting on raised garden beds brings many benefits compared to planting on the ground. But the most crucial one is?you can grow a garden even in a contaminated soil area.
Also, if you have back problems, raised beds can be the perfect solution.
But there’s one disadvantage: you have to build the bed before you can start your garden. While garden bed is?a simple construction,?it’s still an extra work.
So, to make your work easier, we’ve collected 42 raised garden bed plans that you can easily build. If you need some ideas or instructions, this list will definitely be helpful.
Now, let’s begin with the free raised garden bed?plans.
1. Two Tier Garden Bed
This raised garden bed has a very unique style. It is actually two tier. Meaning it has a stair step appearance.
The really cool thing about this design is that you can plant on both levels. So if you have something you want to plant that might be taller then plant them on the bottom tier.
Then you can plant smaller plants or flowers on the second tier, and they will still be visible and get lots of sunlight.
2. The No-Frills Garden Bed
So maybe you aren?t looking for a unique design. Maybe you just want something that will keep your plants organized and looking sharp but will also be easy to build.
Well, look no further. This garden bed is a basic square with basic building instructions. It doesn?t get much simpler than that.
So if you are new to carpentry this might be a good entry level raised garden bed project for you. And it will still add a nice look for your yard, too.
Go to the next page to see more of these plans for making a raised garden bed.