Make a statement! Our friends at VegTrug™ came up with this expanded new take on the traditional whiskey barrel planter. Same clean construction, wooden staves, metal bands, and rot-proof bottom in a classic trough shape.
Enjoy gardening in a large raised garden while being reassured your growing harvest is well-protected from deer, bunnies and other animals. Generous in size and easy to access, this raised bed with included fence deters pesky critters. At 67 inches in total height, the mesh fencing will help your plants by acting as a trellis and an animal fence. Easy to assemble, with two size options.
Each planter will arrive in its natural grey steel state — and over time develope a deep, warm, rust-like patina. The patina isn't corrosive like rust though — it's purely aesthetic and won't affect planter integrity or function. You can let the steel weather naturally, or speed it along with full instructions included. Each planter comes with removable plugs for drainage.
More and more homeowners are putting their front yards to work as food gardens. No more hiding the veggie patch out back — especially when you can grow in Western red cedar planter boxes as gorgeous and affordable as these! Naturally rot- and pest-resistant, these planters are solid — built with joined corners, rather than glue and staples. Smooth finished edges and pyramidal hardware complete each piece. Fabric liner included.
This ultra-compact elevated garden makes fresh, homegrown food a possibility in even the tightest spaces. Its flat back snugs up against a wall, and its trough design suits a variety of shallow- and deep-rooted plants. Included is a greenhouse cover and frame — the sides zip open for ventilation and access, and can come off entirely in warmer weather.
Here's an herb planter to cozy right up to the back door. At a comfortable standing height it makes planting, tending, and harvesting more joy than chore. Individual compartments, each lined with a permeable grow bag, keep herbs separate and easier to manage. If you need to replace one, or want to start one earlier than the rest, you won't have to worry about disturbing the roots of other plants around it.
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