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  • The Basics: Gardening in Raised Beds
    Get growing in raised beds! Discover the joys of raised garden beds and enjoy a plentiful harvest, even in the first year.
  • Grow Higher: Elevated Raised Garden Beds
    Bring the garden right up to your fingertips or patio door with an elevated raised bed.
  • Watch: How to Build Cedar Raised Beds
    Our Vermont-made Cedar Raised Beds are handsome, easy to set up, and provide the perfect frame for your veggies and herbs.
  • Custom Designs for Raised Beds
    Think beyond the rectangle with our Raised Bed Corners and In-Line Connectors.
  • Watch: Raised Bed Snip-n-Drip Soaker System
    The Snip-n-Drip Raised Bed Soaker System can easily create a convenient and streamlined watering system for your raised beds. Check out this video to learn more.
  • Watch: How to Use Raised Bed Corners
    The hardest part of building a raised bed is constructing corners that are square, strong and trim-looking. Our ingenious Raised Bed Corners solve that problem in a snap.
  • Watch: Snip-n-Drip Raised Bed Connector Kit
    We show you how to link multiple raised beds in a single, efficient watering system.
  • What Makes Birdies Raised Beds Better?
    Birdies is Australia’s leading raised bed manufacturer, for good reason. Birdies raised beds are a perfect combination of Quality, Durability, Versatility, Safety, Sustainability, and Style.
  • Choosing a Raised Bed
    Gardener's Supply Company offers a wide range of raised beds, from DIY-style kits, to complete raised beds in cedar, composite wood, recycled plastic and galvanized steel.
  • Raised Bed Buying Guide
    New to world of raised beds? Let us show you around the many sizes, shapes, and materials to choose from.
  • About the Aquacorner System
    If you're tired of dragging hoses out to your raised bed, you're going to love the Aquacorner Soaker System.
  • Gardening in Raised Beds: Four Tips for Success
    In this 4-part video, our friend and gardening expert Charlie Nardozzi provides tips for success with your raised bed garden.
  • Growing Berries and Asparagus in Raised Beds
    Dreaming of a backyard berry patch? An asparagus bed?
  • Using the Aquacorner® Raised Bed Soaker System
    How to use the Aquacorner to create new raised beds or retrofit existing beds.
  • Tending Your Garden
    You've planted your seed; now what?
  • Watch: Aquacorner Demonstration
    Learn how the Aquacorner system works to bring water right to your raised beds.
  • Give Old Potting Soil New Life
    Yes, you can re-use the old soil in your pots and raised beds. Just start the season with a boost of fertilizer and nutrients to ensure good results.
  • She Raised Her Beds for Gardening Success
    Raised beds provide this Cincinnati family with winning gardens.
  • Avid Gardener was Inspired by Her Mother
    Moon gives a tour of her raised bed and container garden in Westchester County, NY. Moon has been a customer of Gardener's Supply Co for years, and was one of our first testers.
  • Design a Garden For Lavender
    With the right soil, you can design a "dry garden" and grow beautiful lavender just about anywhere.
  • Best Materials for Raised Beds
    Wood? Metal?
  • Pollinator Garden Plan: Bees
    This garden design, featuring calendula, black-eyed Susan, and garden thyme, creates a colorful and fragrant oasis for bees.
  • Design a Blooming Container for Butterflies
    Invite butterflies and other pollinators to your deck or patio with these planting designs featuring richly colored blooms.
  • Royal Raspberry
    A raised bed makes raspberries more manageable and improves productivity. Good support means higher quality fruit and easier picking.
  • Harvest Heaps of Potatoes in Just 9 Square Feet
    We put our 3'x3' Grow Bed to the test: "When it came time to harvest, my coworkers all came out to see the huge potatoes tumble out of the Grow Bed..."
  • New to Gardening? Start here!
    We want to set you up for gardening success, whether you're growing a full flower garden or a simple pot of tomatoes on the patio.
  • Growing Herbs in Elevated Raised Beds
    Whether you're growing herbs for comforting teas or zesty salads, an elevated raised bed can make gardening accessible and convenient. Bonus points if you set it up right outside the kitchen door.
  • All About Snip-n-Drip Watering Systems
    Get water to your garden without wasting a single drop; read all about our Snip-n-Drip automatic watering system.
  • Watering Techniques and Tools
    With the right tools and techniques, you can keep your plants happy no matter the climate.
  • Grow in the Cold With a Cedar Cold Frame
    A customer came to us with a GREAT idea to extend the growing season, and our design team decided to take it to the next level.
  • Second Plantings
    When you garden in raised beds, it’s easy to keep every square foot in production from early spring right through summer, fall and early winter.
  • You Can Grow Chickpeas!
    Chickpeas are packed with nutrients, have a high protein content, are low in fat and rich in fiber. They also enrich the soil, are water efficient, and don’t need much fertilizer.
  • Tomatoes (cherry)
    Because many popular cherry tomato varieties grow into huge plants, be sure to look for those described as determinate or bush if space is at a premium.
  • Backyard Berries
    Enjoy the sweetness of homegrown fruits! We share tips for growing backyard berries.
  • Backyard Makeover: From Lawn to Bountiful Kitchen Garden
    Watch one gardener transform her plain backyard into a thriving garden with Gardener's CedarLast raised beds and obelisk.
  • "Big Box of Fun!" Elevated Beds Bring Maine Garden to New Heights
    Occasionally we get the chance to visit customers, and Patricia Zinkowski's exuberant review of our Eco-Stained Elevated Cedar Planter Box caught our eye.
  • How to Grow Asparagus
    Want fresh asparagus in your garden? The key is to spend time preparing the proper bed.
  • Made by Us
    Gardener's Supply offers thousands of products from around the world but our signature items are made by us — right here in Vermont.
  • Strawberries
    Learn how to grow strawberries -- which should be planted 12-18" apart, so the crown (where the roots and shoots join) is level with the soil surface.
  • Lavender
    Loved for their soothing fragrance, lavender flowers are popular in fresh arrangments and the dried blooms are a must in sachets and potpourris. The flowers can also be used in herbal tea blends, or used to flavor sugar, ice cream and other desserts.
  • Thyme
    Thyme is a Mediterranean native that thrives in hot, dry conditions.Growing it in a raised bed -- or a pot -- is a good way to give thyme the well-drained soil conditions it demands.
  • How to assemble the 2x4 Elevated Cedar Planter Box
    Watch how to assemble one of our most popular elevated planters.
  • Corn
    Sweet corn that gets plunked into a pot of boiling water within moments after it has been picked, is one of life's great pleasures. But growing corn in a small backyard plot is a little challenging.
  • Bountiful Blueberry
    Blueberry plants are handsome, long-lived, and trouble-free. Add this raised bed and two “half-high” plants to your yard and you’ll be picking lots of healthy and delicious berries.
  • Spearmint
    Grow this refreshing member of the mint family in your garden.
  • Planting Plans for Elevated Raised Beds
    Kitchen garden expert Ellen Ecker Ogden presents planting plans for our Elevated Raised Beds that bring both flavor and color.
  • Be Bold! Grow Vegetables in Your Front Yard!
    Upgrading your front yard to a vegetable garden is sure to raise a few eyebrows, but if you do it right, you'll impress the skeptics.
  • All About Soils
    We show you how to build healthy soil for an abundant garden.
  • Good Fences Make Good Gardens
    We were delighted to hear that customers are using our Border Fence in fun and creative ways!
  • How Much Soil Do I Need?
    Use the Soil Calculator to figure out the total amount of soil you'll need for each bed.
  • Growing Older, Growing Smarter
    By using the right tools and techniques, gardening remains within reach at any age.
  • Grow Camp FAQs
    Give your garden a home with a Grow Camp, an easy-to-set up tent.
  • Soak, Drip or Spray: Which is right for you?
    Customizable irrigation systems help your plants thrive. Here's how to choose the best way to water each of your gardens.
  • Potting Soil and Fertilizer Finder
    Learn how to choose the right potting soil and fertilizer for whatever you want to grow. Our exclusive garden-tested soils and fertilizers provide optimum growing conditions.
  • Broccoli
    Broccoli is an ideal plant for raised bed gardens. It thrives in consistently moist, rich soil, doesn't require any special care or attention and is very productive.
  • Tarragon
    Tarragon is a perennial herb in zones 4 and warmer. It develops into a bushy, somewhat leggy plant approximately 18-36" tall.
  • How to Grow Pumpkins
    Pumpkins are long-season, heat-loving crops that can take 100 days to fully ripen. Cold-climate gardeners may want to start seeds indoors.
  • A Cold-Climate Gardener Adapts to the Tropics
    In Guanacaste, Costa Rica, gardeners face huge challenges. The year is split into two seasons: A six-month rainy season June through November, followed by a dry season that lasts from December through May.
  • Watch: How to Plant Bare-root Raspberries
    Learn how to plant raspberries in a step-by-step slideshow.
  • Pollinator Garden Plan: Hummingbirds
    Bring hummingbirds to the garden with this planting plan, which features bold red, orange, and magenta blooms in brilliant hues.
  • Squash (winter)
    How to grow winter squash, from seed to harvest.
  • Pollinator Garden Plan: Butterflies
    Bring butterflies to the yard with the planting plan, which features zinnias, coneflower, and Kobold blazing star.
  • Asparagus
    How to plant, grow, and harvest asparagus.
  • Carrots
    How to grow carrots with beautiful colors and satisfying crunch.
  • Cauliflower
    Garden-fresh cauliflower is a delicious treat, but for a small raised bed, it’s a bit of a luxury crop. Unlike its productive cousin broccoli, cauliflower produces only one head per season (and no side shoots) and it takes up just as much space.
  • Our Front-Yard Vegetable Garden
    We believe you can garden just about anywhere — including right outside our office door! Check out our raised bed planting plans.
  • Don't Hide Your Veggies
    Learn how to design a vegetable garden that showcases the plants and invites exploration.
  • Rhubarb
    Rhubarb is a long-lived perennial grown for its succulent, super-tart stalks. It is usually one of the first spring foods that can be eaten from the garden.
  • How to Grow Sweet Potatoes
    Learn how to grow sweet potatoes in garden beds, raised beds, or our Potato Grow Bags.
  • Feed Your Soul: Plant a Cutting Garden
    Plant a garden with floral bouquets in mind.
  • Rabbit Controls
    As absurdly cute as they are, rabbits can wreck a garden overnight. Watch and learn how to protect your crop.
  • How To Use Our Tomato Halo
    Controls weeds, encourages stronger roots, and prevents cutworm invasions: our Tomato Halo truly pampers your tomato plants.
  • Small-Sized Secrets to Great Soil
    How to enrich your soil with beneficial microorganisms that keep plants thriving, pest-free, and beautiful.
  • How to Grow Herbs
    New to the world of herbs? We get you started with selecting, starting, and caring for herbs.
  • Shiso
    Shiso is an annual plant with beautiful, frilly leaves, so it's decorative as well as delicious.
  • Don’t Just Water — Soak!
    Whenever I plant a new flower garden for one of my clients, I give the “watering talk,” in which I underscore the importance of watering during the first year.
  • Mesclun
    Mesclun is a mixture of various quick-growing greens that are harvested when they're young and tender.
  • Six Ways to Accelerate Your Tomato Harvest
    Looking forward to that first ripe tomato? Here are six ways to get a jump on the growing season.
  • Arugula
    How to grow arugula -- from seed to harvest
  • Multi-Bin Composting: Easy As 1-2-3!
    Get ready to make heaps of rich, finished compost! Learn how to compost with a multi-bin system.
  • Oregano
    Oregano grows best in full sun in well-drained soil. Add some sand and compost to the soil at planting time, but not fertilizer.
  • How to Build an Herb Spiral
    What's an "herb spiral"? Unlike a traditional flat garden, an herb spiral is 3-dimensional and packs more plants in a smaller space.
  • Saved! A Front Yard Vegetable Garden in Quebec
    New front-yard vegetable gardens are sprouting up all over, and gardeners are finding themselves championing causes beyond fresh broccoli and sun-ripened tomatoes.
  • Tomatillos
    Tomatillos need to be started indoors six to eight weeks before the last spring frost. Transplant into the garden after the soil warms up and danger of frost has passed.
  • Potatoes
    Growing potatoes can be easy. One small chunk of potato, planted in the spring in rich soil, can yield 1-6 pounds of potatoes by summer's end.
  • What to Plant
    Fill your garden with the types of flowers, vegetables, fruits, and herbs YOU love!
  • Edible Landscaping
    Vegetables and fruits don't need to be hidden away in a back bed - include edibles all throughout your landscape for both flavor AND beauty.
  • Garden Crusader: Rick Brooks
    Meet Garden Crusader Rick Brooks of Madison, Wisconsin
  • Peas
    Peas are are one of the first things you can plant in the spring. With careful attention timing, you'll be harvesting in early summer.
  • Here's the Dirt: Common Soil Terms
    Trying to decipher all the letters, numbers, and terminology on the back of your bag of potting soil or fertilizer?
  • Brussels Sprouts
    Brussels sprouts have a long growing season, so cold-climate gardeners almost always start out with transplants rather than seeds. Set the young plants out into the garden once the weather has settled, soon after the last frost.
  • Essential Tools for Gardeners
    New to gardening? Here's our list of essential tools every gardener should have in their collection.
  • About Certified Wood Products
    Purchasing certified wood products is the best way to support better forest management, worldwide.
  • Create a Monarch Waystation
    Plant a patch of milkweed in your backyard and feed monarch caterpillars.
  • Season-Extending Techniques
    Add MONTHS to your growing season with row covers, cold frames, pop-up plant covers, and greenhouses.
  • Growing Vegetables in Straw Bales
    Think of the straw bale as a large container with a volume of 40 gallons. As the straw begins to break down, it turns into a rich, compostable planter that's ideal for growing vegetables.