If you are looking for recommendations on raised beds and planters for your plants this season, check out my ten favorite raised garden beds and planters from Amazon.
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There are many different types of raised beds. Consider which size is the best for your space. Also, think about which material you prefer. Raised beds and planters are made of wood, clay, metal, plastic, and more. All have their benefits. Here are some great options:
Top Ten Raised Beds and Planters
A Metal Raised Bed
This galvanized metal raised bed is my favorite size for vegetable gardens. It measures 8ft x 4ft x 1ft. It is easy to assemble and is durable for multiple season use.
When you have limited garden space, a vertical raised garden bed like this one is a great solution for planting several vegetables, herbs, and/or flowers. The cool feature about this particular planter is the cascading drainage system. This vertical bed is freestanding. You do not have to mount it to a wall or fence. It also has locking wheels for moving!
Strawberries are one of my favorite fruits to grow at home because I love to make homemade preserves. This tiered planter is perfect for your patio with its five stacked pots and saucer. It is budget-friendly, making it tempting to buy 2!
This decorative white metal herb planter is for indoor or outdoor use! Unlike most decorative planters, this set has holes in the bottoms of the three pots for draining. I also love the handles that make it easy to move.
Macrame is trending, again! These hanging planters will make a fashionable addition to your patio or sunroom. The best thing about this set? It comes with two plastic pots! You don’t have to purchase pots separately.
When you move every 2-4 years, investing in a tree is a no-go unless you have a big pot. This self-watering planter pot is 12.5″ in diameter. It will look fabulous on your deck or in your sunroom with a citrus tree, fiddle leaf fig, or hibiscus!
I ADORE this rail planter. It is made of cedar, a natural pest repellant. This planter is perfect for flowers, herbs, and more. I love that it hangs on top of your rail instead of off of the rail like traditional flower boxes.
This tomato tower has a 4 ft tall trellis with 16 vertical trellis risers. It is lightweight, yet strong, and has an easy-to-fill reservoir to prevent gardeners from over-watering. Use it for your favorite tomato variety!
If you are not keen on larger raised garden beds, check out this planter box with a self-watering system. It is just shy of 4 feet long and is 2.5 feet tall, perfect for gardeners who do not want to spend hours on their knees pulling weeds! The espresso brown color will blends well with most patio furniture and decor.
Because I cannot end this list without a famous Chia Pet, here is one resembling beloved artist Bob Ross.
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If you are looking for recommendations on raised beds and planters for your plants this season, check out my ten favorites from Amazon.
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