GardenBed of the Month – Garden Beds on a Steep Hill

October 16, 2021

Diana Love and her husband, Ed, got a bit of sticker shock when they priced out having a landscape designer excavate and install garden beds for them. It  was exorbitant. They knew it would be a challenging project because they live on a steep hill, but the more-than-$30,000 price was a bit too much all …
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Non Toxic Gardening Begins With the Bed

October 15, 2021

All gardeners know that the soil they grow their plants in impacts the quality of their produce. A garden with no nutrients in the soil won’t grow good veggies, and those veggies won’t have the nutrients to pass on to the people who eat them. Likewise, good soil begins with the bed the soil is …
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GardenBed of the Month – Raised Garden Beds Placed on Concrete

September 8, 2021

Garden Bed of the Month Catherine and Blake Meike Olympia, Washington Catherine and Blake Meike searched the internet a couple of years ago, looking for a garden bed system that fit their needs. They found it in Durable GreebBeds. One challenge was that their yard is all cement, so they needed something that would allow …
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Patio Garden Beds on Concrete or Gravel? Yes!

July 9, 2021

If all you have is a patio, you can still use Durable GreenBeds as patio garden beds! Grow vegetables, herbs, flowers just about anywhere. One of the remarkable things about Durable GreenBeds is that as long as the surface you’re considering putting your beds on is level, you can place these beds on any surface. …
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Garden Bed of the Month — Durable Garden Beds That Also Look Nice

July 8, 2021

In early 2020, Guy and his wife, Kristen, purchased two 10x10x2 Durable GreenBeds in a U-shape. Kristen says she wanted to order more, but there just wasn’t enough room in their Hood River, Oregon, garden, surrounded by tall trees in a woodsy mountain setting. Kristen discovered Durable GreenBeds while searching online. Guy says they were …
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Bringing Raised Garden Beds to a Senior Residence in Pennsylvania

June 4, 2021

Health and Wellness thru on-site gardening Gardeners everywhere have heard about the physical and mental health benefits of gardening, and for seniors, those rewards are even more important. Research shows that gardening relieves stress, increases serotonin levels, boosts the immune system, is good exercise, and may lower the risk of dementia. In fact, just being …
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GardenBed of the Month – Hugelkulture Beds For Quality Soil

May 27, 2021
Raised Garden Bed Soil, HugelKulture

Hugelkulture Beds for quality soil, and a Greenhouse Brian Patton, Auburn, Washington Brian Patton’s garden in Auburn, Washington, southwest of Seattle, is a gardening success story. This is the third growing season for his new Durable GreenBed Raised Garden beds, which he filled with a hugelkulture mix of woody debris rather than just topsoil. Patton purchased …
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Garden Bed of the Month – Greenhouse with Garden Beds

March 17, 2021

Greenhouse with Garden Beds Lisa and Hank, Southeastern Washington  Lisa and Hank have six Durable GreenBeds that are 4 feet by 8 feet and 1 foot deep placed around a beautiful glass greenhouse. The couple have a greenhouse to keep their crops happy during the winter, and they wanted planting beds to go around the …
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Create Rich Soil With Hugelkulture For Raised Beds

March 2, 2021

Whether you spell it hugel culture, hügelkulture, or hugelkultur, it’s pronounced hyoo-gul-culture. It’s a German word that means “hill culture” or “mound culture.” Germanic areas have practiced this method of creating rich soil for hundreds of years. You will typically see hugelkuture beds created from mounds of debris such as small branches or larger pieces …
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Edible Chef’s Garden Bed Builder LOVES Durable Green Bed

November 23, 2020

It’s safe to say that Urban Dirt Co. is Durable Green Bed’s No. 1 fan. And we certainly are fans of Urban Dirt Co., because she puts edible chef’s garden beds filled with delicious food in many places where they should belong.  but often aren’t: public spaces, corporate campuses, schools, hotels, restaurant culinary gardens, and …
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