Raised Bed Garden Blocks. All non-toxic materials: good for you and your plants. Plants can be healthier and more productive in a raised bed because you can control the quality of the soil and water drainage.
Using cinder blocks for garden beds is especially nice because you can so easily pick your height. This raised garden bed plan uses the square foot gardening technique. Even before you start buying things, you need to plan out where and how you will place your garden bed.
How to Build a Raised Bed Garden (Concrete Block) Thralls, Edmund L., Extension Faculty, Urban Horticulture.
You can use a tape measure and spray paint, or some other marking material, to create an accurate outline of where the box will sit.
How to Build a Cinder Block Raised Garden. The center one is two blocks high, which makes it stand out as the central area of the garden. You can also prevent tunneling pests from decimating your plants.
Prepare the Base for Your Raised Garden Bed. This garden is designed with three symmetrical cinder block plots that vary in height. It's quick and easy, and it lasts forever. This raised garden bed plan uses the square foot gardening technique. The iron will rot, and wood will decay in the soil, maybe after a long time.