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Raised Garden Beds

Garden Beds

Have you ever dreamed about growing a glorious display of native flowers or creating your very own kitchen herb garden at the back door? Our easy-to-install raised garden beds will add a style and practicality to your garden, allowing you to grow flowers and edibles while not having to disturb the ground or bend down to weed or harvest. 

Our raised garden beds are made with durable corrugated iron that with withstand extreme weather conditions, daily wear and tear from repeated use and doesn’t leach toxins like treated wood. Their rounded edges means your hands and elbows will be safe while planting or harvesting, and the design echoes traditional country Australian fencing and sheds, lending a sense of the outback to your property. 

You’ll find our raised garden beds easy to install and move around, with both round and oval designs to fit into any space.

Round Garden Beds

  • 4’ wide x 2’ high
  • 5’ wide x 2’ high

Oval Garden Beds

  • 1m wide x 2.5m long x 2’ high
  • 1.2m wide x 2.5m long x 2’ high  

What grows well in Romsey and surrounding areas?  

There are a range of herbs, vegetables and flowers you can plant all year around that willthrive in our local area. 

Winter – considering planting herbs such as partlsey, rosemary, oregano, thyme and mint. You can also plant companion flowers that will attract insects such as bees and butterflies, such as chamomile, calendula and daisies. 

Spring – the season of growth and plenty! Time to start planting veggies such as asparagus, celery, spring onions, broccoli, garlic, spinach, sweet corn and everyone’s favourite, juicy plump tomatoes! You can also plant companion flowers to keep the pests away from your edibles. 

Autumn – time for the high-vitamin veggies such as cabbage, broccoli, beans, leeks, cucumber, pumpkin, carrots and potatoes. If you’re feeling adventurous, consider chickpeas, fennel and artichokes for great looking plants and great tasting ingredients. 

Summer – keep the irrigation up to your salad fruits and vegetables, such as beans, beetroot, cabbage, capsicum, lettuce, onion, tomato and zucchini. Great herbs in summer include lemongrass, tarragon, basil and mint for summer drinks in the garden.  

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