Raised beds Chicago. Made of 2x12 and 4x4 HEAVY DUTY Lumber
We specialize in raised, cedar and pine treated gardens that last for 20 years.
We also build custom gates and pergolas delivered in Illinois. Our raised gardens are built to order and custom configurations are available. The process of setting up a raised bed cedar garden, is not only a fun and an enjoyable experience, but it also gives back 100% of your effort.
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We ship garden posts everywhere. You too can build gardens that look this good.
$100 OFF If you buy two gardens.
BUY 1 Raised Bed Garden
BUY 2 Raised Bed Gardens
Do It Yourself Garden Posts
Click the photo if you want to build your own garden. All you need are 2x12 boards.
Pergolas and Pavilions
Click the photo if you want to see our pergola samples. You can purchase a pergola.
11 Nejiri Gama Raised Bed Garden Hoe P-16
A strong, yet lightweight Japanese hoe designed for weeding and slicing. Wood handle. 5? x 1 ? ?. 11? overall. A perennial favorite!
18 Nejiri Gama Raised Bed Garden Hoe P-16L
This long handled hand hoe features a laminated steel blade, Japanese beech wood handle that is tapered for easy grip. It measures 18? overall, blade measures 4 ? ? x 1 ? ?.
Korean Weeder Raised Bed Garden Cultivator
An heirloom hand-forged garden tool from Korea with a specially designed 7? steel blade. The curvature of the pointed blade allows soil to be thrown to the side like a plow which makes it easier to dig holes and trenches. The edges of the blade are used to level, mound, loosen soil, and cover seeds. Wood handle. 7" x 3" head. 11.25" overall.
Terrebonne Straight Garden Shear TBL803
An inexpensive all-purpose cutting shear designed for all around cutting, pruning, and thinning. Red handles. 7? overall.
Terrebonne Stainless Straight Sheer TBL803SS
Stainless Steel all purpose straight shear designed for all around cutting, pruning, and thinning. Corrosion-resistant stainless steel blades prevent rusting and easier to clean. Red handles. 7? overall.
Hori Raised Bed Garden Weeder Knife P-15
This Japanese tool can be used for almost any job. Transplanting, weeding, cultivating; it dos it all! This also makes a great sod knife with a serrated edge to help rid the working area of roots. Also used by bonsai enthusiasts for collecting material in the wild. Wood handle with black vivyl sheath. 1.75? x 6.5? head. 11.5? overall.
Stainless Steel Hori Weeder Knife P-15SS
The stainless steel version of our most popular tool! Depth measurements are embossed on the blade fro planting bulbs. The stainless steel blade is extremely sharp! Wood handle with black vivly sheath. 1.75? x 7.25? head. 12.25? overall.
Three Prong Raised Bed Garden Rake P-38
A strong solid forged Japanese rake with 3 slightly curved tines. It is next to impossible to break or bend this rake. Oak handle. 4? x 4.5? head. 15.5? overall.
Cuttle Fish Raised Bed Garden Hoe P-40
A strong solid forged Japanese Hoe on one side, turn it over and its a cultivator! Terrific strength and balance will make this tool a customer favorite! Oak handle. 3? x 9.5? head. 15.5? overall.
Kuwa Raised Bed Garden Hoe P-39
A strong solid forged Japanese rake with 3 straight tines. This tool is a real work horse in the garden. Oak handle. 3? x 4? head. 15.5? overall.
Bachi Gata Raised Bed Garden Hoe P-37
A traditional solid forged Japanese hoe with excellent balance and strength. Oak handle. 3? x 5? head. 15.5? overall.
Japanese Stainless Steel Garden Sickle S-31
This traditional Japanese Garden Sickle is our #1 rated sickle for pruning raspberries. This Hiyokko Noko Gama Sickle is very sharp with a stainless steel Japanese serrated blade. These are the real deal, straight from Japan and there is a BIG difference! This garden sickle is good for cutting grasses, pruning raspberry canes, and light clearing. Comes with clear blade cover with eyelet for easy display. Wood handle. 6 1/2? blade. 14? overall.
2" thick: 3 Foot x 8 Foot Gardens x 1 Foot Deep!
This is a 3 foot tall three year old.
Benefits of a raised garden are:
We've been building raised bed gardens in Illinois since 2008!
Tomato stocks as thick as your big thumb!
Due to new construction and soil quality, starting a new 1 foot raised bed gives your garden the proper environment to get a good start. The best thing you can do all year is compost your bio waste and add it back into your raised garden in the early spring.