A stylish step up from popular galvanized trough planters, this eye-catching raised bed is made from extremely durable Zincalume® steel with Colorbond coating so it lasts up to four times longer than regular galvanized steel. Assemble the bed in one of several square and rectangular shapes. For example, as a long, narrow bed to tuck in between your driveway and house, as a traditional square bed, or choose from a variety of rectangular options. At 15" high, it’s suitable for all types of vegetables, herbs and flowers and minimizes bending and stooping when you're planting or weeding. Arrange in multiples to create a pleasing and productive garden landscape. The no-tools-assembly kit includes hardware plus plastic protective edging for the top edge.
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Functional and Versatile Backyard Garden
By Herb Lover
from Naples, Florida
Comments about : Modular Raised Bed:
Arrived in a manageable size cardboard container. The instructions were very well written. I assembled the garden in less than an hour. All parts and even a wing nut wrench was included. Who knew, first time I had ever used one and it worked great. I used a regular #2 Phillips to hold the screw on the outside and tightened the wing nut against it. So simple to assemble the finish is well done and it had just the right amount of vinyl edging for the top edge.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Davis, CA
The beds went together easily. The only thing was several pieces arrives with scratches even though they had a protective plastic peel off coating in a box. Other than that, they look great and am looking forward to planting in them!
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Works great, looks great
from Groton, CT
Three of these are perfect for my 8X12 greenhouse. The three give my a combined area of about 41 square ft. Plenty of room for all of out favorite veggies.
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By Mary in Austin
Using the product to develop a border.
Multi shaped for multi uses
from Valley Forge
Love how I can build it in different sizes. This allows me to put a raised bed in spot I could never grow in before.
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from New Orleans, LA
I have 3 of them now. For urban gardening, they are the best in the long slender shape. They don't take up a ton of space, which I don't have but the depth ensures great roots for all the veggies I plant all year long. Now, I can't live without them and I'm always looking to see how where I can possibly fit another one.
Easy to assemble and durable
from Washington, DC
I bought the bed back in early June, and it still looks great in September! It was easy to assemble (if you read the instructions ) I actually want another one, but I would need to rearrange my yard. Maybe next summer...
I like this raised planter I bought another one.
from Canon City, CO
I love this raised planter. I purchased one last year and it has been so wonderful. I love how it does not have a bottom so you get great drainage. It also had the capability of four different shapes to suit my needs. This year it is the home of one huge zucchini, a very vigorous tomato plant, two bell pepper plants and numerous onions and some herbs. I had already harvested a crop of peas before the zucchini got too big. The planter looks good in the yard and I couldn't be happier with it. So happy, that I purchased another to help my garden grow next year. I would recommend this to any gardener.
We love these raised beds.
We have bought 12 of these and are very satisfied.
Easy to assemble, looks great. Now I need another one!
from North Brunswick, NJ
I got tired of bending down all the time - and of the dogs walking over and on my plants. This fixes both problems and looks great. Highly recommend.
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