I can’t help but notice that most of the raised beds are only a height on the average of 11.5 inches. Especially on the kits. I don’t see a large advantage as far as bending down and I would want more height especially for tomato plants and etc. Perhaps around 24-30,inches
In my neck of the woods, Mobile AL we receive a lot of rain year round. Plus the humidity levels are high. So building out of wood would not last long. Even redwood will rot rather quickly in our area. Pressure treated wood would last even less time. My land slopes to some degree, so I would not be able to raise it off of the ground.
I think it is a great idea but the cost would be high with composite. I really don’t see Any other option. For the last 6-7 years I have used containers on my driveway. I can move those around.
Any suggestions how to build a rot free raised garden at a reasonable cost? My idea of reasonable would be no more than $200