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).
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Assembly is a pain
from Orange, CA
Comments about : Self-Watering Raised Bed, Bronze:
I found it extremely difficult to get the side pieces to slot into the corner pieces - so much so I called customer service - who gave me permission to "wack it hard", with the caveat that they would replace anything that broke in the process. The panel pegs also resisted slotting into place. I have a smaller container by the same company and it has lasted well for 5 years but does fade to a gray. Still I'm looking forward to more veggies on my patio now that I have got through the labor of putting this together & I know it will last.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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One year later I bought a second one.
By Brown thumb
from Lafayette Louisiana
Holds up well in Louisiana heat and moisture. I grew carrots. The ones that the bugs didn't get were long and straight. Worth the money.
Def saves on watering chores
from Bloomington IN
About Me Avid Gardener
So far so good. I took one star off because a couple of points of construction were challenging. One was just because I was afraid to push hard enough to get it to lock together, but once I did it went together fine. The other was because there was a place where the directions were incorrect, but after looking hard at the drawings I was able to figure it out. I have only had it a couple of months so I can't speak to how long it will last, but so far it seems like a great product and I plan on buying more next season.
Ordered a Second!
from Coastal Georgia
About Me Getting Started
Love this bed! The black color blends in with the landscape so I can leave it where it is year round. Pretty easy to assemble. Ordered a second yesterday!
See it grow
By Veggie grower
from Harwood MD
I have limited sunny locations so a portable raised garden is my answer.
Terrazzo Raised bed
from Santa Rosa, CA
I have used the Terazza raised beds system for over 30 years. They have held up for two household moves and still look and work great. They are super easy to assemble and disassemble. Great product!
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Best Raised bed in my greenhouse
from New Mexico
I have 7 of these currently and use them for growing greens in the winter greenhouse. The oldest ones I have are over6 years old and still growing strong. Temperatures in the greenhouse i winter can hit 80 during the day and freezing overnight. If the manufacturer hadn't changed the colors slightly, you would not be able to tell the difference between my older planters and the ones I bought this year.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Another great Terrazza product
By South Jersey Gardener
from New Jersey
I have so many Terrazza planters, I have lost count! I love how they are lightweight and sturdy and hold up after years of use. This was my first Terrazza raised bed. It was easy for my husband to put together, and lightweight enough that we could assemble it inside and carry it outside and place it where we wanted it. I am using it for my hummingbird-friendly plants such as various salvia species. I do think the amount of soil recommended, 230 quarts, is too little. I wound up using 14 bags of self-watering soil, which is 280 quarts. And now that the soil has settled some, I am wishing I had put in another bag. So my advice would be to buy 2 or 3 bags of soil extra, if you are planning to use Gardeners' self-watering soil. Otherwise, it's a great product and it matches all my other Terrazza planters.
I'd buy it again
By Pat M
from Lynnwood, WA
The Raised Bed planter is roomy enough to grow dwarf raspberries but has a floor to keep them from spreading into my yard.
"What a gift to a sore back!"
from Silver City, NM
We raised the unit to waist-high which is wonderful for my aching back.The plants are growing rapidly & have a healthy, lush appearance. I may consider another unit next year.
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