Would planting in a raised garden bed be better than in-ground?

Would planting in a raised garden bed be better than in-ground?

Honestly, it's better to grow in a raised garden bed than on land.

For most plants, they require high air circulation and drainage for healthy growth. That's the benefit of raised garden beds. When planted on the ground, height and space are limited, so air circulation is weak.

For gardeners, metal raised garden beds of various heights, easy to work, no need to bend, suitable for most people, such as children, adults, the elderly, people with lumbar muscle strain or those with inconvenient legs and feet. In other words, olle raised garden beds are the first choice for most people who want to do gardening work.

What are the advantages of olle raised garden beds?

appropriate height:

For most people, if it is planted on the ground, it is inevitable to bend over to work, which may lead to lumbar muscle strain and muscle pain in the long run. At the same time, if you choose corrugated raised garden beds of different heights, both the elderly and children can enjoy the pastoral fun without increasing the physical burden.


Raised flower beds are not enclosed at the bottom, which allows for better control of soil conditions and provides more room for plant roots to spread. What's more, proper height also allows plants to get more light for healthier growth.

Magical Uses:

Raised garden beds provide plenty of space. In addition to placing soil in raised beds, fallen leaves, peels, and wood can be placed in raised garden beds as fertilizer, allowing plants to absorb nutrients. In addition, using raised garden beds is effective in reducing pest and disease problems caused by soil conditions.


Freedom to choose where to place your raised garden bed. When the weather is bad, you can cover it with a cloth for easy protection. If it is planted in the ground, in the face of bad weather, it needs to be treated on a large area, which is not so easy by comparison.

Do it yourself:

Because our products are modular in design, products of various heights can be matched up and down for perfect integration. Also, you can choose from a variety of shapes to create a beautiful garden.

What are the disadvantages of raised garden beds?

Planting in raised garden beds is a bit more expensive than planting directly on land. And, after purchasing a raised garden bed, it needs to be assembled and placed on site. Planting directly on the soil saves many steps.

Second, in the summer, the outer panels of a raised bed get hotter as the sun heats up. So it is necessary to choose a raised garden bed. Our Zn-Al-Mg stainless steel raised garden beds are high temperature resistant and super corrosion resistant.

What's more, some raised garden beds are heavier after planting, making them harder to move if you want to. Therefore, it is important to choose a suitable location at the beginning of planting.

Finally, taking into account factors such as the growing environment of the plant and the convenience of tools, it is generally better to use a raised garden bed than to plant directly on land.

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