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Stone raised beds lend an air of elegance and permanence, but they’re costly to
build. This raised bed resembles real stone, but it’s made of lightweight, easy-care
polyurethane. At 10" deep, it’s ideal for just about any plant, from tomatoes and carrots
to petunias and pansies — even ornamental shrubs and berry bushes.
(based on 15 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
Reviewed by 15 customers
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great raised bed
from Crystal Lake IL
will be plantings vegetables for easy accesss, but plan to add base for added heighth.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Not as expected, but it works
from DeWitt, MI
I have a garden outlined with boxwoods divided into four sections. I placed a sandstone raised bed in each of the sections. (Photo attached)
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My version of a boxwood knot garden
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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
from Huntsville, AL
I read the other feedback but thought I could adjust the misaligned holes so I ordered two. I was able to adjust the holes but the side posts tore away from the side rails because of moisture. This item does not look like it was designed to be used outdoors, let alone in a garden. Even on sale it is not worth your time and effort. Very disappointed.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Not at all satisfied
from San Diego, ca
I was very disappointed when this arrived. The pictures shows very light "stones" but the product came with very ugly, dark colored "stones".I don't know if I even want to use it.
(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
Not as pictured
from San Diego, CA
Does not look at all like the pictures and as stated, corners do not fit well and broke when trying to assemble. Very disappointed.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
By Good buys are nice
from Lou KY
This raised bed is deep and sturdy. I modified the shape making it twice ad long as the original plan butting it up against a brick wall. It double the space.
(13 of 14 customers found this review helpful)
Don't waste your money!
from Carson, CA
Extremely disappointed from first sight! I ordered because the fieldstone color would have been complementary to my home's earthtone colors. The ugly gray color reminds me of PVC pipes! Took my 20 yr-old grandson about an hour to assemble due to parts not fitting properly, and all 12 of the end caps either cracked or broke completely because the parts were very misaligned.
(11 of 11 customers found this review helpful)
easy but poorly manufactured
By small backyard garden
from zone 5
Previously I have built my own raised beds with cedar planks and 1x1s. I thought these would look nice and be easier to build. I was right about the quicker to build, and they do look nicer than cedar, but only half of the corners on each of my 2 boxes actually lined up so that the top rails and corner caps fit properly. After snapping a couple, I stopped trying to force them to fit and decided to just leave them without the finishing look of the top rails. They are structurally sound but not as nice looking as the photo.If I had paid half as much for them, I wouldn't really have minded, since it will be less noticable when full of plants, but at the price, I was annoyed at the poor quality.
(10 of 11 customers found this review helpful)
a definite maybe
Nice little accent garden. I was really surprised that it looked so different from the picture, not at all like fieldstone, more like slate.
Looks nice, but doesn't fit together
By Janis J.
from Algonquin, IL
The corner pieces do not hold the side pieces in place because the side pieces are too wide at the top where the corner pieces connect.
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