Richly hued raised bed made from sturdy yet lightweight powder-coated steel complements your landscape and showcases plants. Extra deep to accommodate large plants. Lightly textured surface. Raised beds are easier to plant and tend than in-ground beds, with fewer pests and weeds. They warm up earlier in spring, too, so you can get a jump on the growing season.
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Colorful garden solution.
By Garden Momma
from Oceanside, CA
Comments about : Demeter Corrugated Metal Raised Bed, 34" x 68":
After removing several overgrown hedges from an over planted yard, we found it difficult to grow any food crops in the poor sandy clay left behind. The Bermuda grass had no problem overtaking the space. We fought for several years, and then decided to to try a raised bed.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Bed in place. First strawberries planted.
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I love my raised bed. It's festive and fun in the garden.
from Pine Harbor, Ga
Unfortunately a tree fell from hurricane winds. I ordered another to replace it. The others withstood whatever the storm threw at them.
Attractive, roomy and sturdy
By Lorie in the Shade
from Carbondale IL
I have very little sunshine in my yard and this beautiful blue bed fills it up. Hoping for good things to grow next spring as I fill it with good soil and herbs.
Large raised bed
By Flower Queen
I love the color of the metal but I gave it a 3 rating. Could not assemble alone. Had to wait a week for help to assemble.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Envy of my neighbors
from Bloomingdale Il
I now have 4 raised beds. One is being used for herbs, the rest will be filled with tomatoes, cabbage, beans, cukes etc. I love how sturdy they are as well as the color. It will be easy to amend the soil each year to get the most out of the gardens. I also appreciate the guarantee. Managing our church garden was made a little easier when you replaced tomato cages that failed.
Great looking planter beds ...can't wait to use them!
from Mpls MN
I really like they way they look....the color is awesome. Went together easily - just tedious to tighten all those nuts and bolts. Would have been better to have had a longer screw for the center where you were also going thru the support bar but I made it work.Installed in Sept in MN so I can't plant them until next year but they're ready to go
I will buy this product again.
from San Francisco
It was relatively easy to assemble. I love the color and the fact that it's not wood that will eventually rot.
(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Beautiful raised bed
By Flower Girl
from Milwaukie, OR
I bought one to see if I would like it as much as I thought I would and YES I loved it. So I bought another.Wanted something nice looking for out front on the side of my driveway, (that hubby likes to dump 'stuff' and leave.) Now I have 2 beautiful raised beds that really brighten up that space.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Flimsy with annoying dimensions
By Irving Ernon
from Sunnyvale CA
Positives: The raised bed is simple to put together, looks great in the blue (especially with a strip of copper tape around the rim to keep the slugs and snails out!), is light weight to move around and re-position. Negatives: It is pehaps too light weight because once filled with growing medium, if your base (I used double layered cardboard) is not perfectly level the bed will rise up and your soils will start to work itself out. My main issue is the dimensions though! 34*68 instead of 36*72. I'm using them for vegetable gardening and following the grid method. I didn't think it would really matter but by the time you have your square foot gardening grid laid on top, plus your sprinkler heads you really want those extra square inches - you end up doing rough calculations for how many carrots to sow...if it's 16 per sq ft then for 127.69 sq inches it is...zzzzBuy a timber bed that is 36*72.
demeter raised bed
from lake city, mn
Very easy to assemble. Am transplanting my flower bed into them. We will see how well everything comes up this spring.
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