Raised Bed Garden Bricks. Plant-filled hackney garden with raised beds, two seating areas – one at each end of the garden – and a swath of colourful planting in between. Gardening is a hobby that's good for both body and mind.
However, the cinder block form of concrete blocks, especially older ones, can fall under the do not use category if they contain fly ash mixed in with the concrete. And if you grow willow in your garden, this might even be an entirely free solution for your raised beds. These Fabric-based planters are easy to install, and you can develop a raised bed garden without advanced building skills.
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Cut the tapered pieces to fill in the sides to ground level.
While raised garden beds can be constructed out of a plethora of building materials, making a brick raised garden bed can give you sturdy and long-lasting results. And if you grow willow in your garden, this might even be an entirely free solution for your raised beds. However, this category comes with a few caveats to consider!
Like rock, brick garden beds will stand for many generations of gardens once built. If you want a custom garden bed or more options in materials, you'll need to manage a bigger budget. You can use bricks to create a plant bed that holds an area of nutrient-rich soil with good drainage in areas that are unsuitable for gardening. Mortar will need to be used between bricks to hold in soil and moisture. You can even plan out your planting so that you provide four seasons of visual interest, as pictured, in this small garden.