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Costco’s Mini Garden Bed Is Perfect for Small Outdoor Spaces

A wooden cart is filled with flowers.
Costco

If you’re an apartment, townhome, or condo dweller, outdoor space might be hard to come by. Still, even those who only have a sliver of outdoor space might want to check out this handy new way to create a garden from Costco.

No matter where you live, you can have the garden you’ve always wanted. Costco recently launched this mini raised garden bed, which is ideal for small yards, patios, and balconies.

It’s made of solid fir that’s 100% approved by the Forest Stewardship Council. This means the wood was sourced from forests that have been audited by the council and certified to meet its social and environmental standards.

The hardware is also weather-resistant, and it even has attached wheels so you can easily move it wherever you want it.

A wooden raised garden bed is filled with flowers.
Costco

The bed measures 25 x 25 x 26 inches, so it’s definitely small enough for most balconies, or even to add some floral decorations for a summer party. Don’t worry about not being able to plant what you want, though. The bed has the depth for both a floral garden, as well as herbs and root vegetables.

At this writing, you can get the garden bed for just under $75 online, or you can check your local store for availability. Of course, you’ll also need a Costco membership if you don’t already have one.

If you’ve noticed your neighbors doing some planting this spring and are ready to give it a try yourself, this mini-bed is the perfect way to get started.

Shea Simmons Shea Simmons
Shea Simmons is an Atlanta-based writer who has written about everything from whether Crisco is a good moisturizer to how to KonMari your space. Her work has appeared in Bustle, My First Apartment, and Make It Grateful. Read Full Bio »
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