A fully functional organic raised vegetable bed with automatic irrigation, and optional maintenance plans.
Hand crafted, compact, elegant and productive.
Experience a positive transformation
Anatomy of a Lettuce Food Garden
Beautiful, educational, edible
High quality materials
Button drip irrigation
Buried irrigation main line
Automatic irrigation timer
Custom organic soil blend
Organic, non-GMO starts and seeds
Fast and hassle free process
Schedule a time for a site visit with a Lettuce urban farmer. There is no obligation to go through with the installation.
The installation process can typically take 1 to 4 days depending on the size, season, and location of the garden. You don’t need to be present during our visits:
Step 1: Clearing and cleaning rocks, trash, grass.
Step 2: Construction, leveling, and digging of wooden frame and irrigation setup.
Step 3: Fill with Lettuce custom soil, lay button irrigation, let rest for one week.
Step 4: Return a week later and plant first veggie set!
Schedule your Food Garden site visit
The Food Garden site visit is FREE.
Upon scheduling your site visit, you will receive a confirmation email.
The site visit will determine the household’s growing area, size and needs.
Lettuce will then send an estimate detailing the project and upon approval will schedule and begin installation. Scroll down to see typical installation prices.
These are typical prices for our Food Garden installs.
Actual estimates may vary based on your specific situation.
Starter40 sq. ft.
Perfect for a household of 1-3 people.
Standard80 sq. ft.
Perfect for a household of 2-4 people.
Producer120 sq. ft.
Perfect for a household of 4-6 people.
- Untreated pine raised bed retaining walls
- Custom soil mix
- Organic fertilizer
- Water-efficient and automatic drip irrigation
- Locally sourced plant starts and seeds
- One-on-one lesson with a Lettuce Farmer upon planting
- Personalized map of the growing space
All the parts of your installation is under full warranty for up to 3 months.
We can also make custom raised beds, in-ground beds and/or revamp existing beds. Customization options range from specialty materials, sizing and shape options and thus pricing varies widely. In-ground beds are priced similar to the standard options less the cost of building materials. Revamping of existing beds depends on the existing materials and other factors. Just contact us for more information and to schedule an on-site consultation. We can’t wait to get you growing!
If you decide you don’t want to go through with the Food Garden installation up to 3 days prior to install, we will cancel your order, no questions asked.
Build your own, or get a Lettuce Food Garden?
We applaud people who build their own food gardens and consider them kindred spirits. But it’s not cheap or easy to setup. Here’s how they compare:
DIY (80 sq. ft.)
Lettuce Food Garden (80 sq. ft.)
Why get a Lettuce Food Garden?
Raves about Lettuce Food Gardens
The glory of gardening: hands in the dirt, head in the sun, heart with nature. To nurture a garden is to feed not just the body, but the soul.
– Alfred Austin
As an urban farmer invested in organic, locally grown produce, I would like to show some respect to a few of the innovative individuals who have inspired me in the
In the hill country and in yards across Central Texas, the sunflower has become an expected summer sight for people who live here. With its beautiful striking gold petals and
The rise, fall, and reemergence of small batch, high-quality food production, and the sharing economy. All throughout the country, backyard gardeners and producers are growing an abundant supply of vegetables,
Over the past several decade’s many people have turned their hearts and minds to growing food. Some call it agriculture, some gardening or farming, others say permaculture and even homesteading, but whatever
What if the farm your food came from, was in your neighborhood? What if you lived where the Farmer’s Market happened? As consuming local foods has become a more popular
Earth Day has come and gone and reminds us once again to continue to do our part in maintaining a proactive and sustainable approach to the way we eat food.