A Higher Level of Gardening
Price Sheet and Size for Cedar raised gardens.
We can also deliver within 150 miles of 92069.
The delivery we charge is a $40 flat rate for anything within 20 miles, and $1.50 a mile after that, from area code 92069. If you live outside our delivery area we have gardens that can be shipped to you on the raised garden kit page.
What Makes our gardens different.
High walls on the raised gardens help create a barrier between your plants & some insects...
Hardware cloth or gopher wire can be added to the bottom of the container garden to prevent gophers from finding their way up into roots of your plants. These pesky rodents can cause much damage in a very short time. (With a planter and 1/2" wire mesh on the bottom of the garden bed there is very little chance they have of making a meal out of your garden.)
Using raised garden beds will extend your growing season by keeping the soil warmer in the cooler temperatures an cooler in the warmer temperatures.
Sunlight will warm the soil in a raised planter much faster than the surface on the ground.
With your container gardens it will also make it much easier to have a garden in any urban or suburban environment.
are the best way to make sure that what you are feeding to your family is ripe, clean with out any pesticides and full of the highest amounts of nourishment.
Custom Raised Gardens
Our Raised gardens are available in several different heights to make gardening easier on your back & knees by bringing your garden to a more manageable height.
(having your gardens at a higher level so you don't have to bend; putting stress on your knees and back)
By using raised gardens for your gardening is beneficial if your soil is a hard clay or sandy mixture. With an above grown garden bed you can easily add the best soils to make what your growing blossom to it fullest.
Raised garden beds are generally made from 2x material (2x6-2/12") in either doug fur , cedar or redwood with the boards running horizontal. This is a great design, but can be very pricy in material. In our design we have figured a way to make a the panels 2,1/2" thick rather than standard 1,1/2"and with our designs the structural integrity is in the outside rail that never touch the soil. The inside vertical slats on style 1-2 are what holds the soil and the outside rails are what holds the structure. With the slatted sides of our garden beds this allows the soil to be aerated and good drainage for the roots.