Raised Garden Beds for Spring at Eartheasy

In Edmonton it is that time of year where we really want it to be spring, and occasionally have a few perfect spring days, but then it gets frosty again. However, we’re almost at the May long weekend which is often used as the magical date for being able to put plants outside. I am extremely excited to start getting out in the garden this year, because it’s the first year I started some plants from seeds! It is also the first year I will get to make good use of the raised bed I put in last year. Wherever you live, raised beds are the easiest way to start a garden because you don’t need to worry much about what is under the bed – you can pick what you want to put in the bed to make good soil. They’re also great because your back won’t hurt as much after hours of gardening, and they look lovely in your yard!

Eartheasy has some really nice raised garden beds and planters that I would love to get for when I’m ready to expand my garden.

Farmstead Raised Garden Bed – classic!


Composite Raised Garden Bed – if you’re looking for something more weather durable.


Herstera Urban Garden Kids – how adorable is this for your little ones?

Terres de Ville Solid White Oak Patio Planter – so gorgeous!



Terres De Ville Solid White Oak Planter Set (With Greenhouse Cover) – this is excellent for avoiding any kind of backache!!


What does your dream garden look like?

Great Deals on Planters - Eartheasy.com

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