9 Benefits of Raised Bed Gardening

A close up horizontal image of a large wooden raised garden bed with herbs and vegetables growing in neat rows.

Raised bed gardening is an efficient way of growing an abundant vegetable harvest, reducing the need for back-breaking labor and the use of synthetic fertilizers. Learn more about this simple but elegant growing practice and discover 9 top benefits of raised bed gardening in this guide. Read more now.

A Review of the Vego Garden Modular Metal Raised Beds

A close up horizontal image of a mixed planting in a Vego Garden modular metal raised bed, pictured in bright sunshine.

If you need to be able to customize your raised bed but don’t want to DIY the whole thing, Vego Modular Raised Beds might be a smart option for you. Their adaptable designs are made with environmentally friendly painted metal and come in many shapes and sizes, with optional accessories like trellises and solar lights.

9 Must-Have Succulent Planters

A large white planter is filled with various types of succulents.

Succulents are funky and fun to grow, especially in the trendy and functional containers we’ve gathered for you. Read on to discover 7 of our favorite pots and planters, plus key growing tips and a foolproof design scheme. Learn how to show off your water-wise plant collection now, right here on Gardener’s Path.

Get Growing with the Infinite Cedar Raised Garden Bed

Infinite Cedar Raised Garden Bed 3X6 ft in a residential backyard setting.

Infinite Cedar Raised Garden Beds available in 3×3 and 3×6-foot sizes represent excellent value for the money. Easy to assemble, they can be stacked to create high raised beds. The cost of the kits is usually less than buying the lumber and hardware from your local lumberyard, and a 5-year warranty gives peace of mind.