Tiered Garden Bed

Build a beautiful tiered garden bed!

Want to grow produce in your front yard? It’s possible but it’s not exactly an ideal location since it’s not exactly an attractive idea for the facade of a home!

Tiered Garden Bed

But what if your front yard is the only space you have for growing your own produce? Well, this tiered garden bed is a great solution for you! It can even enhance the look of your front yard.

Tiered garden beds are a great option, no matter what the size of your outdoor space. They are an easy way to add color, dimension, and variety to your landscaping.

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Though the story of this beautiful garden bed involved setting it up on the front parking strip of the house of the DIY-ers (which is prohibited in many cities or towns), the idea is nevertheless a clever one. What’s even better is that it’s easy to make and it doesn’t cost a lot.

Now you can grow some herbs and vegetables in your front yard. A little planning on what herbs to plant and where your tiered garden bed will surely be a nice addition to the front of your home.

Tiered Garden Bed

Do you know anyone who could use this idea?


  • String
  • Lawn Pins
  • Cedar Boards
  • 4×4 Timber Posts
  • Thin Cardboard
  • Soil and Compost
  • Solar Post-Topper
  • Tomato Cages
  • Plants


  • Measuring Tape
  • Shovel
  • Table Saw
  • Cordless Drill

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Thanks to mczefram for this great project. You can get step-by-step instructions here



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