Raised Flower Beds That Are Better Than Traditional Gardens

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Looking to plant some veggies or a stunning floral display, but short on space around your home? A raised flower bed may be the answer you’re looking for.

Raised flower beds are great because they provide gardeners who don’t have a lot of additional space to fit all the plants they want to grow. They also look really cool sprawled out across a lawn, and, if done right, can make your backyard into a modern work of art – especially if you lack the soil quality to plant in the ground. By building a raised garden bed, you can have a garden just about anywhere. Or if you’re not crafty – or don’t have the time – they are available for purchase.

Check out these awesome raised beds that will be the envy of all your neighbors!

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Staircase Bed

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Source: Houzz.com

This is a bed you can purchase for $99 here. It’s modern staircase design means it’s easy to work on and place somewhere without a lot of space.

Stick Bundle Bed

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Source: Rodalesorganiclife.com

If you have the space, this flower bed design will fit right in with any backyard. It’s a modern twist on a rustic design. Learn how to make one here.

Elevated Garden Bed

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Source: Crateandbarrel.com

This one is like a cradle for your plants! If you don’t like bending over so much, or being on your hands and knees, this raised bed is for you. Its design also makes it good to move around where you want it. You can buy it here.

Log Bed

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Source: Rodalesorganiclife.com

This one is like the bundle of sticks bed, but just has logs instead. However, it’s equally as impressive. Finding and cutting the logs may be the hardest part of building this bed, but you can read about it here.

Brown Resin Raised Bed

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Source: Lowes.com

This is one of the smaller and more low maintenance beds. It’s easily rolled around to wherever you want it and costs just $30 from Lowe’s.

New England Arbors Raised Bed

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Source: Wayfair.com

How cute is this raised bed? It even has storage space! You can buy this flower bed for $197 here.

Trough Raised Bed

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Source: Williams-sonoma.com

This is another that’s good if you don’t like being on your hands and knees. The trough style is so cute and can hold a variety of plants. The cost of this bed depends on the size. You can buy it here.

Rectangle Flower Bed

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Source: Gardeners.com

With this raised bed, you need at least 16 square feet. It comes at a hefty price of $279 here. However, it’s large enough that you can grow a multitude of plants.

Square Raised Bed

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Source: Gardeners.com

This tall, square raised bed would look elegant in any area. It’s perfect for people not wanting to bend over too much. Check it out here.

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