39. Reclaimed Wood Garden Beds
These garden beds are another one of my favorites. Why? Because I have these in my side yard. We took old wood that we had from other projects and turned them into garden beds.
So, if you have extra wood just lying around, don’t let it go to waste. Create a beautiful raised garden bed that has a great rustic charm to it.Build this raised garden bed
40. $10 Cedar Raised Beds
These garden beds are not only gorgeous but also very affordable to create. So, if you are on a limited budget consider giving these plans a shot.
I also love the fact that she makes creating these masterpieces such a breeze. So, even if you aren’t an experienced builder, don’t worry. This is a project you can most likely take on with no issues.Build this raised garden bed
41. 4×4 Raised Bed
If you are looking for a medium-sized raised garden bed, this garden bed might fit your needs. It is a good size for someone that wants to grow a little something but not a ton of their own food.
So, if you are looking for a place to start with garden beds this would probably be a good fit.Build this raised garden bed
42. Herb Wheel Garden Planter
This is a unique shape for a raised garden bed. If you are someone that has a nautical theme in or outside of your home, this planter might go hand in hand with your other designs.
Also, if you are looking for something a little less traditional this planter would certainly meet those criteria as well.Build this raised garden bed
43. Self-Watering Veggie Table
Are you looking for a way to grow your own salad though you don’t have a ton of growing space? This table could be what you’ve been searching for.
This unique veggie table has tub inserts where the water can be drawn up through the plants. You don’t have to remember to water the veggies from the top on a regular basis. It’s a compact and low-maintenance way to grow more of your own vegetables.Build this raised garden bed
44. The Straw Raised Bed
Strawbale gardening is becoming popular. It’s easy to set-up, does a great job at growing what’s planted, and it is easy enough to dismantle at the end of the growing season.
If you’re sold on the idea, consider building a raised garden bed from strawbales. You can make it any size or shape you need for it to best fit in your space.Build this raised garden bed
45. The Subdivided Raised Bed
This raised bed is a great way to keep a small garden organized. It’s divided out into four sections which are awesome for getting the maximum amount of growth from one small space.
Plus, they included a trellis that would be helpful at keeping plants with vines, neatly growing upward instead of hogging all the space in the raised bed.Build this raised garden bed
46. Keyhole Garden
Keyhole gardens are a little fancier than other raised bed options. Yet, they make a cool place to grow vegetation and are wonderful for captivating the eyes of any visitor your garden may have.
A keyhole garden is made from many different layers to give the plants any nourishment they may need while growing. It’s a unique set-up you’re bound to love.Build this raised garden bed
47. Concrete Vegetable Garden
If you live in a city or in an area that has strict HOA guidelines (Homeowners Association), this could be a neat way to slide a garden without drawing a great deal of attention.
The basic idea is to build a garden bed out of concrete. It looks like a nice place to add some shrubs or even a vegetable garden. Again, if you live in an area with many sidewalks, this raised bed will blend right in.Build this raised garden bed
48. Wooden Planter Garden Bed
Some people love the idea of gardening, but they need their garden to have a modern feel to it. It could be to match the style of the rest of their yard or because they’re confined by HOA regulations.
Either way, this wooden planter could be an excellent way to fit a garden in your backyard without drawing a ton of attention to it. It’s a multi-level planter that should give you adequate space for a smaller garden.Build this raised garden bed
49. The Corrugated Metal Garden Bed
If you love to DIY most projects around your home, you’re going to love this raised garden bed option. It has an outer frame built of wood.
But the center of the planter is made of corrugated metal. This offers a bit of contrast and curb appeal which is ideal for most gardeners.Build this raised garden bed
50. Trellis Raised Garden Box
Do you have a smaller yard? Are you looking to maximize growing space without taking up a great deal of room?
Well, turn to this raised garden bed. It has two narrow raised beds on either side. The garden boxes are connected by a trellis. This is a great way to plant larger plants in the box (such as tomatoes) and have running plants (such as green beans) take over the trellis.Build this raised garden bed
51. The Pallet Raised Planter Bed
Do you have access to pallets? Are you looking for an idea to build a raised garden bed? We have the perfect combination.
This raised garden bed is functional, looks great, and would put those unused pallets to work. If you need a raised bed which will be easy to tend to and not cost a fortune, this could be what you’ve been searching for.Build this raised garden bed
52. The Raised Garden Bed Greenhouse
If you’re in the market for a raised garden bed idea that will not only give you an easier space to grow but also double as a greenhouse, this could be the design for you.
You’ll build the garden beds and construct a steel frame. The steel frame will hold the plastic roof and plastic sides which can be left hanging or pulled back depending upon airflow needs.Build this raised garden bed
53. Delicate Frame
It’s always a good idea to use untreated wood when building a raised garden bed! Especially if you plan on growing food! You can also consider a food-grade product.
This is a beginner project that is great for practicing basic carpentry skills! Get the kids involved!Build this raised garden bed
54. Wine Box Planter Boxes
These wine boxes have been transformed from someone’s garbage into someone’s grow spot. I love utilizing old items to give them new life.
If you feel the same, this is the perfect grow box for you. These planters have a wicking system in them which allows the plants to drink from the roots. This equates to less work for you in the long run and also a great way to upcycle trash.Build this raised garden bed
55. Water Trough Garden Beds
Are you not into carpentry? Many people aren’t, but they still love to have unique items around their house.
In those cases, you must learn to take everyday items and re-purpose them. Therefore, this water trough raised bed is perfect. It’s a great size and it is also easy enough for anyone to construct.Build this raised garden bed
56. Tiered and Trendy
A really beautiful design that not only includes two-tiered garden boxes but also a trellis backboard for climbing plants!
Plant your mints and basils in the bottom tier and your tomatoes and green beans in the top one!Build this raised garden bed
57. The High Garden Planter
Are you tired of pulling weeds and breaking your back doing it? Would you prefer to garden with a little more ease?
Well, this raised garden bed is what you’ve been missing. It’s built where you don’t have to bend over to tend to it. Which leaves less of a reason for weeds to take over your luscious garden space.Build this raised garden bed
58. L Shaped Two-Tier Raised Garden Box
If you’re looking for a raised garden bed to make a statement in your backyard, this could be the bed you’ve been searching for.
Its unique L-Shape is a design perfect for a corner section of the yard. Yet, it’s also two-tiered which is great for maximizing space.Build this raised garden bed
59. Galvanized Raised Bed
Have you found a great deal on old galvanized watering troughs? Do you have a fence line in desperate need of some style?
Well, this idea is perfect for you. The watering troughs are placed against the fence line. You’ll use wooden trellis to go up the fence and serve as a way to stabilize climbing plants.Build this raised garden bed
60. Raised Garden Bed for Kids
Teach your kids the importance of growing their own food with their own mini-raised garden bed!
Let them choose the vegetables, herbs, and flowers that they’d like to grow and watch them smile with joy when they grow their first carrot!
61. Raised Vegetable Garden
Fresh Vegetables planted pretty in a row but not in the groud! In a raised garden bed!
No need to till the soil when you simply fill your DIY raised garden bed with healthy soil and plant directly!
62. Build and Grow
This is a great tutorial that will teach you not only how to build your raised garden bed but how to plant in it and water it too!
Once you get a raised garden bed you won’t ever go back!
63. Affordable Garden Bed
Who doesn’t like affordable? I know I do! That’s why this is a great way to improve your garden on a budget!
You can choose how high you want to make you raised garden bed and then get building!
64. Straight to the Soil
Let’s build the raised garden bed rapid so we can get straight to the soil!
This a really easy to follow tutorial that also gives you alternative ideas instead of a wooden plank frame! Check it out.
65. With Dividers
This is a clever idea! When building your raised garden bed include some dividers into the design so you can easily separate your crops for easier picking and watering!
This project involves a little more effort but it is definitely worth it for the end result!
66. Fence Line Bed
Take advantage of that awkward space right at the fence line to create a beautiful raised garden!
This is a wonderful place to plant decorative plants or shade-loving plants!
67. Garden Pond
Wow! I am seriously impressed! A raised garden bed with a pond too?
Although this seems like an advanced project if you simply follow the steps you will be finished in no time! The neighbors are going to be seriously jealous of your yard when you finish building this raised bed pond and garden!
68. Dainty Garden Box
Dainty little garden boxes raised off the ground that can be placed anywhere from your front yard to your balcony or even in the actual garden!
Leave the wood natural or paint it with a food-grade paint to add some color!
69. Curved Corner
I love how this raised garden bed has been adapted to fit perfectly into an awkward corner of the yard. It gives a really nice flow to the landscape.
This one is filled with decorative plants and flowers but you could easily fill it with herbs or veggies!
70. Add Landscape Fabric
When building your raised garden bed make sure you add landscape fabric underneath! This will stop a lot of weeds entering and let’s not forget about those pesky moles!
A quick and easy build that just takes five steps and that will have you planting in no time!
71. Concrete Pavers
I’ve always been a fan of projects that get the creative juices flowing! Especially ones that involve upcycling things and turning them into something new!
This garden bed is made out of concrete pavers to help raise it off the ground! Clever!
72. Some More Plans!
Some more basic raised garden bed instructions! Instead of landscape fabric, you can see in the image that they’ve used what looks like a chicken wire or mesh netting.
You can adapt your raised garden bed to fit your own gardening needs! Don’t be afraid to get creative.
73. Metal Fencing
Protect your raised garden bed with a metal fence! Not today, dear!
This tutorial will walk you through not only building the raised garden bed but how to add the metal fence as well! Keep your veggies safe from wildlife!
74. 4 Easy Steps
This raised garden bed can be ready to go in just four easy steps! Imagine that!
It will look great in your backyard yard and your kids will have a lot of fun picking out the vegetables they want to grow in it!
75. Plastic Tubs
You don’t need to spend a lot of money to make a raised garden bed, get creative with household items that you have laying around!
This idea uses plastic tubs and transforms them into tiny raised gardens!
76. Pallet Pyramids
I am obsessed! Okay, this is definitely the winner for me! It’s easy for me to find pallets where I live! How about you?
Well, if it is! Then I definitely recommend you trying out a raised pallet garden! Not only does it look cool but no more leaning over and hurting your back!
With 76 creative ideas, you are now flooded with different options to make various raised beds that are ideal for you and your family. Have fun!