What can I grow in Natures Composites Raised Garden Beds?

What can I grow in Natures Composites Raised Garden Beds?

Are you looking to take your gardening game to the next level? Our composite raised garden beds come in a variety of sizes and styles, catering to every gardener's needs. Whether you have a small balcony or a spacious backyard, there is a raised garden bed for you. The depth of these planters varies, allowing you to grow a wide range of plants, from shallow-rooted herbs to deep-rooted vegetables.

For those looking to grow herbs and flowers, we offer rectangle and square raised garden beds with a depth of 6 inches. These planters are perfect for growing herbs like basil, cilantro, and parsley, as well as flowers like marigolds and pansies. The shallow depth makes it easy to maintain and harvest your plants without having to bend over too much.

If you're more interested in growing vegetables, Natures Composites also has raised garden beds with a depth of 12 inches. These deeper planters are ideal for growing a variety of vegetables, including tomatoes, peppers, and carrots. The extra depth allows for healthy root development and ample space for your plants to thrive. 

Need even more space? Our Medium Rooted garden beds offer 18 inches of soil space - ideal for Cucumbers, Turnips, Beans, Summer squash, Carrots, Peas, Beans, Beets, Cantaloupe, Carrots, Chard, Cucumbers, Eggplant, Honeydew Melon, Kale, Peas, Peppers, Rutabagas, Summer squash, Turnips, Flowering perennials, among many others.

So why choose Natures Composites' raised garden beds? In addition to their versatility and aesthetic appeal, these planters are made from eco-friendly materials, making them a sustainable choice for environmentally-conscious gardeners. Plus, the elevated design of these planters helps to prevent pests and weeds from damaging your plants, giving you a healthier and more productive garden.

Browse our raised beds gardening collection now!

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