5,489 raised vegetable bed design Home Design Photos

Casa Smith Designs, LLC
4 Reviews
Raised Bed Vegetable Garden
veggie bed is accessible from every angle and easy on the back - everything grows right in front of you...no bending over required. Photo Credit: Mark Pinkerton
square Each bed = 7.5' L x 3' W x 30"T Material used = Redwood
Are the raised beds completely filled with soil?
Raised beds for my vegetable garden
“Higher beds than ours currently?” — jhwong2
Conte & Conte, LLC
5 Reviews
Vegetable Garden
architects and designers work with clients located in Connecticut & New York (Greenwich, Belle Haven, Stamford, Darien, New Canaan, Fairfield, Southport, Rowayton, Manhattan, Larchmont, Bedford Hills, Armonk, Massachusetts) House designed by James Schettino Architects; Boxed Vegetable Gardens, thanks to Fairfield
exact beds, I have my wood cut to length and finished. Do you know what color stain was used, I really like the color and would like to get the same color if possible. Also, how are the rails fastened to the bed? Thanks!
Need help with raised planter boxes.
have a vegetable garden using planters like these. How shall I plan for water drainage? It's also a great spot because (I think) I can keep the deer and rabbits out by having a gate at the top of the stairs that lead to it.
“Height of bed is good for me” — ljgardner
Rob Kyne
The Hampton Garden
How tall are the boxes? Love the design!
planter bed for drainage or under the boards to keep the wood off the ground? Do you line the inside with a landscape fabric?
favorite raised bed example. We're copying your plan for sure. Thanks!
Hi - I really like this design and plan to build in my yard. When you line the inside, are you stapling a liner to the wood and leaving the bottom open? Is the 2x10 lumber setting on the gravel or dirt? Is there gravel under the dirt? Did you put newspaper at the bottom or screen?
for the raised beds, looks like about 3 feet. Like Rob said, make the paths big enough for your equipment, whatever that is.
Raised beds....love how high they are!
space to raised beds. If more production is what you are after, consider saying goodbye to a sunny piece of lawn and install raised vegetable beds instead.See how to build a raised bed garden
“our family garden” — charmarie123
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
Burke Brothers Landscape Design/Build
Vegetable Garden
Raised veggy beds in the back garden.
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Landscape Design/Build
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“Vegetables” — aoharris77
Aloe Designs
13 Reviews
Aloe Test Garden
This raised bed is beautiful. How did you line the inside before you put the mulch in?
Great raised beds. What fasteners were used, are the squares 4/4 or?
i would like a design for a music room in the house & a
a more structured raised garden bed
edible beds are Caitlin and Owen's favorite part of the garden. Here, they can reap the benefits of their hard work year-round and enjoy a constant supply of fresh produce. Right now, the raised beds are full of eggplant, peppers, tomatoes, corn, beans, zucchini, beets, edible flowers and more. Caitlin
favor of raised vegetable beds. A family of four doesn't need a huge garden to provide fresh, local food to supplement regular market trips, so why not give it a try?Tour this efficient backyard edible garden in Vancouver
“veggie gardens” — dkrallco
Land Design, Inc.
Fenced Garden
fenced vegetable garden integrated into an existing landscape where it serves as a focal point.
When beds are raised this high are they filled with dirt or is there a layer of something else under the dirt?
When I have large pots I fill the lower section with mulch so I don't need to use as much dirt and the pot is lighter for moving if necessary. Are these beds done the same way so you don't
automatic drip system, enclosed garden, raised beds and stone walkway
flowers and vegetables, which can be sped up by the warming effect of a raised bed, as shown. Deal with frost damage. If winter frosts hit some of your plants, wait until later this month to prune off the damage. Get traditional winter plantings in the ground. Now's time to plant bare-root roses, fruit
“Caros veggie option 9” — charlesspeedy
Modern Landscape
block raised gardens with tile cap
raised planter on patio--unsealed block would let water out
rblockRaised beds made from cinderblock can be constructed in a number of different ways. Cinderblocks can simply be stacked to the desired height of the bed, or they can be mortared in place and then given a more elegant finish with a surface treatment and capped tops, as shown here. The former is much
“Ideas for Eire” — bprn
The Great Canadian Landscaping Company Ltd.
8 Reviews
The Great Canadian Landscaping Company
Is the raised bed a kit? what type of wood?
to grow vegetables using a planter box as I do not want to use the existing soil. Thanks!
Elevated or raised planter boxes are the key to overall success when growing veggies or herbs as it allows for good soil depth and the ability to bring in new soil. We use a product in Vancouver called Transform Soil. Very good soil from a local supplier.
for the raised garden boxes? They look perfect for our yard in Florida...
I like the raised garden beds
Great she'd and raised bed idea
I like the high raised garden thingy
adding raised beds. Many edibles are low-to-the-ground plants. That’s fine for a farm, but designwise it can be a bit boring for a home landscape. Raised beds add some design interest to a space and make it easier to care for the plants and pick the vegetables and fruit. They can also keep some of the
“Consider adding raised beds. Many edibles are low-to-the-ground plants. That’s fine for a farm, bu” — d1177911
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