Self-Watering Raised Bed, White
Exclusive | A Terrazza Raised Bed for Your Patio — Self-Watering Too!
- Combines the benefits of raised bed gardening with self-watering convenience
- Generous size provides 9 square feet of growing area at a depth of 12"
- Grow a productive garden on your patio or deck
- We recommend twelve 20-quart bags of our premium Organic Self-Watering Potting Mix; each of these planters holds 230 quarts
Now you can enjoy all the advantages of raised bed gardening, plus the added benefit of watering weekly instead of daily. This stylish planter boasts two 4-gallon reservoirs that keep plants lush and green even in a drought. Its crisp lines and realistic wood grain look elegant on the patio, but it's tough enough to use in the garden, because it's made of crack-proof, fade-proof polypropylene. Nine square feet of growing area; a generous 12" deep so it's deep enough for root crops like carrots. Dual-action watering system keeps plant roots just moist enough without waterlogging them, and a water gauge tells you when to refill. Includes easy-fill funnel with cover and two styles of finials. Make the planter mobile with optional casters, sold separately (each planter requires four sets).
- Made of dense UV-stabilized polypropylene
- 39-1/4" x 39-1/4" x 16" H
- 8-gallon water reservoir
- Holds 9 cubic feet (230 dry quarts) of potting mix
- Easy assembly
- Add optional casters for mobility; each bed requires 16 casters total
- Please note: If you are ordering this item as a gift, there is a picture of the item on the outside of the package
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Bought for looks, height and self watering features. Happy with first two. However crop results have only been good for tomatoes. Squash results poor. Only one or two then plant dies. Same for cucumbers and peppers. Used recommended soil and fertilizer. Purchased two 3 ft sq first year and one this year. Bought pop up net covers to keep pests off. Also keeps bees and pollinators off. okay fir tomatoes. Do not use nets on others vegetables. Finally bought drip snip and snap hose system to lay throughout beds set on timer to water every other day. In our case results were better with regular in ground beds.