Raised Bed Garden Using Cinder Blocks. The prices of the items will depend on the size of your concrete garden. Raised beds can be made from all kinds of materials, but I love the idea of using cinder blocks because they have many advantages of their own.
I have been planning and spearheading a school garden at my children's elementary school in Golden Co for the last year and a half. Then slot the wood in, add your landscaping fabric or chicken wire (if needed), use a rubber mallet (or your foot) to. But expenses can go crazy high with vegetable prices at the supermarket, especially if you plan to go full-on salad recipe and smoothie snacks for the whole week.
First, we laid out the cinder blocks where we wanted them.
One lonely Cinder Block Raised Garden Bed and a whole bunch of moss with a splattering of grass.
A garden bed with cinder blocks will never rot and can last many year. Let's check out the benefits of using cinder blocks for raised garden beds: Cheap; Cinder blocks are one of the most affordable options when it comes to making raised garden beds. I have been planning and spearheading a school garden at my children's elementary school in Golden Co for the last year and a half.
That isn't too difficult as the thing was already falling apart as it was. This should keep the bed from sliding around. First, they won't deteriorate like wood and other materials will. Cinder block raised beds are easy to make with a little hard labor and simple planning. A garden bed with cinder blocks will never rot and can last many year.