If you are looking for ideas on how to start your garden bed, why not try these out?
Spiral herb garden
Create a spiral-shaped garden bed using stones or bricks. Plant various herbs in each segment of the spiral, and the height difference allows you to grow different types of herbs that prefer different levels of sunlight and moisture.
Vertical pallet garden
Attach a wooden pallet to a wall or fence and fill the spaces between the slats with soil. Plant herbs, succulents, or small flowering plants to create a living wall garden.
Repurpose an old wheelbarrow by filling it with soil and planting colorful flowers or trailing plants. You can easily move the wheelbarrow around to change the garden’s look or follow the sunlight.
Shaped like a keyhole from above, this circular garden bed has a small path that allows easy access to the center from the outer edges. This design maximizes growing space and is great for growing vegetables and herbs.
Rain gutter garden
Fix rain gutters horizontally on a fence or wall and fill them with soil. Plant lettuces, strawberries, or shallow-rooted herbs in the gutters for a space-saving and eye-catching garden.
Wagon wheel garden
Lay an old wagon wheel flat on the ground and fill the segments between the spokes with soil. Plant colorful flowers or herbs in each section for a rustic and charming garden bed.
Tiered succulent garden
Stack old wooden crates or boxes of varying sizes, with the largest at the bottom and the smallest at the top. Fill each tier with well-draining soil and plant a variety of succulents for a visually appealing and low-maintenance garden.
Hanging basket garden
Hang several baskets of different sizes at varying heights from a pergola, tree, or patio cover. Plant a mix of trailing flowers, herbs, or strawberries for a unique hanging garden.
Raised bed ladder garden
Stack multiple raised beds in a ladder-like arrangement, with the top bed being the smallest. Plant cascading plants, like cherry tomatoes or trailing flowers, to create a stunning green wall effect.
Mosaic garden bed
Design a mosaic pattern on the ground using colorful stones or broken tiles and plant flowers or low-growing ground cover plants between the gaps. This adds an artistic touch to your garden.
The specific needs of the plants you choose and how much sunlight your garden receives throughout the day are essential for your plants. These ideas can be adapted to fit your available space and personal preferences, creating a beautiful and unique garden bed that suits your style. Happy gardening!