Growing our own herbs and vegetables is a favorite activity in the warmer weather. The children love to plant seeds and watch them grow. We love to go to the garden to make salads. Alas, gardening isn’t always easy — but even if you don’t have the biggest green thumb, CostcoIt’s now easier than ever: The warehouse giant is now selling set of backyard-ready raised garden beds. These beds can be used immediately and are ready for growth.
The popular Instagram account @costcohotfinds shared this amazing product with its followers by writing: “Two Raised Garden BedsThere are no tools or screws needed! Perhaps this year is the year I plant a garden.?”
Costco is on fire lately with its outdoor offerings — from a Relaxing hammock chairTo a portable gas fire pitTo Solar energy powers string lights — and this latest item is one any beginning gardener will appreciate. We love the easy assembly on this one (essentially: there’s almost none!). There are no tools required, but screws are necessary. This makes it appealing to start your own business. gardenIt’s much easier to understand.
Click here to read the entire article
It’s also a steal at $64.99 It’s such a steal for a garden bedIt looks amazing. The beds measure 4ft x 4ft and are 11inches deep. That’s a lot of room to grow your favorite fruits and veggies.
Seriously, if you’re a Costco memberThese can be picked-up at your local store. (We didn’t find this deal online, although Costco also offers other services such as garden bedOptionsFor sale. This is the year that you and your children actually plant your backyard. garden you’ve always talked about!
Our mission at SheKnows is to empower and inspire women, and we only feature products we think you’ll love as much as we do. If you click on the link in this story to buy something, we may be compensated.
Before you leave, make sure that you have checked out Costco Products With a Cult Following below:
Launch Gallery Get kid-gardening supplies for a guaranteed (tiny!) green thumb
Best of SheKnows
Register for SheKnows Newsletter.
Follow us on Facebook to receive the latest news