43. Self-Watering Veggie Table
Are you looking for a way to grow your own salad though you don’t have a ton of grow 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.
44. The Straw Raised Bed
Straw bale gardening is becoming all the rage. It’s easy to set-up, does a great job at growing what’s planted, and is easy enough to dismantle at the end of the grow season.
If you’re sold on the idea, consider building a raised by from straw bales. You can make it any size or shape you need for it to best fit in your space.
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 is awesome for getting the maximum amount of growth from one small space.
Plus, they included a trellis which would be helpful at keeping plants with vines, neatly growing upward instead of hogging all the space in the raised 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 visitors 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.
47. Concrete Vegetable Garden
If you live in a city or in an area which has strict HOA guidelines, this could be a neat way to slide a garden in 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.
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 which should give you adequate space for a smaller garden.
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.
50. Trellis Raised Garden Box
Do you have a smaller yard? Are you looking to maximize grow space without taking up a great deal of room?
Well, tune in 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.
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.
52. The Raised Garden Bed Greenhouse
If you’re in the market for a raised garden bed idea which 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 raised 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.
53. Fence Raised Garden Beds
If you live in a subdivision, chances are you have a privacy fence. Why let the fence look neglected when you could attach a raised garden bed to it?
This is a great way to gussy up your backyard by adding a splash of color to a dreary fence line. Yet, it’ll also place your raised garden bed out of the way as well.
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.
55. Water Trough Raised 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 repurpose them. Therefore, this water trough raised bed is perfect. It’s a great size and is also easy enough for anyone to construct.
56. Stackable Garden Beds
If you have an abundance of old milk crates, don’t toss them. Instead, repurpose them into your future garden area.
This is a simple idea most anyone could construct. You place the crates where you’d like them, fill with dirt and plant. It’s an affordable and easy option for a raised garden.
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.
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.
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.