How To Build A Raised Garden Planter
- Perfect for growing vegetables, herbs, and flowers on patios, porches, decks, and balconies
- Allows you to garden without bending over or kneeling.
- Plant productivity of plants increases due to better drainage and deeper rooting.
- Raised beds allow for better soil quality and content in a nutrient-poor or weed-riddled area.
- Can allow for a longer growing season.
- Fewer weeds grow in an elevated garden.
- An elevated bed can make it harder for rabbits to eat your plants.
Which Species of Wood Should I Use to Build My Bed?
What’s the Best Size for a Raised Bed?
- Overall Dimensions 32” H x 22.5” W x 38.5” D
- Height – Top to Bottom32” [internal]
- Width – Side to Side 21” [internal]
- Depth – Front to Back 37”[internal]
- Where to Locate Your Raised Garden Bed
- 4” x 4” posts
- 4 post caps – protects post end grain from absorbing moisture, premature rotting.
- 1×8 Cedar boards for sides and bottom
- Rust resistant fasteners