If you’re looking for a way to produce higher yields and save yard space, raised bed gardens provide the perfect solution. They provide a space where soil can be loose, deep, and fertile, and they can be a great solution if your backyard has difficult soils and clays. Weeds in raised beds become easier to pull up, and because of the rounded contour, they provide more planting space than flat areas of the same size.
The best part? They can be extremely easy to build. If you're not quite ready to make your own, you can find raised garden bed kits all over the internet. They are delivered to your home ready to build, and you can find them as cheap as $26—like the Greenes Fence Cedar raised garden kit on Amazon. Usually, this best-selling raised bed garden kit sells for $41, but right now it’s on sale for $26, making it a great buy for anyone interested in experimenting with their garden types.
To assemble, all you have to do is slide wooden boards together into dovetail joints, then screw on the decorative tops. It’s made from rot-resistant and insect-resistant cedar, provides 8 square feet of planting space, and elevates your garden bed 10.5 inches—though the company recommends you buy two kits to make your garden 21 inches tall.
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