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Garden Ideas Using Concrete Blocks

Raised Bed Using Cinder Blocks

Garden Ideas Using Concrete Blocks

Garden Ideas Using Concrete Blocks – Simple and affordable way to make a concrete block bench. The bench design uses the wall of a garage as a backrest.  Add two layers of concrete blocks as your bench base and dress up your bench with bright pillows and custom cushions.

Create a garden bench - Garden Ideas Using Concrete Blocks

Another wonderful garden bench design.  This multi-purpose garden bench provides seating for two. The backrest and side arm rests double as planting space and you can use the small cubbies under the seat for storage. Excellent built for small spaces that is budget friendly.

Garden Ideas Using Concrete Blocks - Multipurpose garden bench that provides seating, planting space and storage. Excellent for small spaces.

There are a 100’s of ways to use cinder blocks.  Much like playing around with adult Legos you can stack them and build anything from steps and fire pits to raised garden beds.

Garden Ideas Using Concrete Blocks - Ideas include  seating, planting space and storage. Excellent for small spaces.

Use concrete blocks to build vertical gardens. The nice thing about using cinders is you can remove the blocks easily at any point.  Building up gives you more garden space.

 

cinder block garden

When building you traditional retaining walls with garden brick, think of how you can add extra planting space.

Using cinder block as planters

Want an easy solution to build a raised garden bed for your backyard? Pick up 20-24 blocks, a sheet of heavy plastic and dirt.  Within a day you can have a raised bed to plant in.

Garden Ideas Using Concrete Blocks - Raised Beds using blocks, plastic and compost.

Another choice for a bench or build a little larger for a table.

Benches or Tables using cinder cement blocks.

As you can see with a little thought into a build, there are plenty of garden ideas using concrete blocks to be built. Best part, concrete blocks are inexpensive and you can rearrange them to build something else if you are tired of the first design.

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