Raised Garden Beds

Tasty Herbs from Your Garden to your Kitchen

At Rainfill Tanks, we love gardening and using an array of planters and garden beds for growing various produce. If you love the idea of growing your own food, growing herbs is a great place to start. Herbs are small and do not take up a lot of space, yet add great flavour to your food.

Australia is a large country that encompasses varying climate zones and there are herbs that grow better in some places compared to others.

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Did You Know that Raised Planters Make Weed Control Easier?

We all know the various benefits of keeping raised planters—it leads to healthier plants, better drainage and better soil quality. Nevertheless, did you know that it is also easier to control weeds when you use a raised planter?

Our raised garden beds are perfect for keeping those annoying weeds in check, and here is why:

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The Upside of Raised Garden Beds for Novice Gardeners

Raised garden beds are perfect for novice gardeners, as they only require a small space to get started. If you are just getting into gardening, then the thought of planting on a vast piece of land may not be that welcoming. A garden bed is an ideal platform when you want to try out a few things first.

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