Easy Outdoor Raised Garden Beds

If you’ve been putting off installing a raised garden bed to grow your own fruits and vegetables, there is now no excuse to stall any longer. Scout Regalia in LA has put together a stylish hardware kit complete with instructions; you supply the wood, plants, and labor. Consider using reclaimed or locally harvested wood for your garden bed; Scout Regalia offers already-assembled beds made with wood certified by the Forest Stewardship Council.

The Raised Garden Kit ($85) will stake into your existing soil.

The Patio Garden Kit ($95) is freestanding on your deck or patio. For soil drainage, the kit includes a drainage textile made of 40 percent post-industrial recycled content.

Both gardens can be assembled in variable dimensions, making them ideal for urban settings with soil and space constraints.

For more ideas on designing your outdoor space, be inspired at Remodelista’s Architect Visits & House Calls: Outdoors section.


Eternal Gardener
Eternal G5 years ago

Instead of wood, I'm going to experiment with rocks and corrugated iron... gives more flexibility in forming shapes.

Kelly Rogers5 years ago

as a disabled person this is awesome

Michael Kirkby
.5 years ago

I wish I had a patio. Of course the only thing I miss about having a house is the kitchen and the garden.

Kath R.
Kath P5 years ago

I have two raised beds and 4 large pots. I grow everything I need all season long with some left over to give to people.

Danuta Watola
Danuta W5 years ago

thanks for sharing

Patricia H.
Patricia H.5 years ago

thanks for sharing

Pinke A.
Pinke A5 years ago

These are looking good.I suppose,you could use two of them one upon an other,so it would give the stronger growing place.

John B.
John B5 years ago

Thanks for the great info.

Michele Wilkinson

Thank you

rachel murray
Rachel M6 years ago