Made of premium fir wood, this raised garden bed features high stability and weather-resistance, offering long time service. Also, the bottom of the elevated planter is specially designed to be sloped and equipped a drainage hole, which ensures high efficiency drainage and avoids roots rot. In addition, enough space is provided to grow various kinds of plants, including fruits, herbs, vegetables, flowers, etc. What’s more, the package includes a garden liner and hooks.
Stable and Sturdy: Made of solid fir wood, no harmful substances, all weather resistant raised planter suitable for outdoor patio garden.
Lumbar Friendly: The height of planter box: 29.5 inches, no need to bend over when planting to reduce lumbar spine injury.
Ample Space: 6.5 cubic feet of planting space is enough for you to grow vegetables, flowers, succulents and other plants in the yard and greenhouse.
Drain Design: 4 drain holes at the bottom of the planter box, which can drain excess water to prevent the roots and stems of the plant death from hypoxia. The black liner keeps dirt from falling out the bottom and keep soil and moisture from rotting the wood
Easy to Install: A screwdriver or electric drill will work to assemble this raised garden bed. All the required screws are included
Material: Fir wood
Gross Weight: 31 pounds
Planting Space: 6.5 cubic feet
Overall Dimensions: 47.2 x 21.6 x 29.5 inches
Package Dimensions: 36.8 x 7.7 x 18.3 inches
Package Includes: Planter *1, instructions*1
Questions & Answers
Have a Question?
Do I need to punch holes in the liner for drainage?
You don't need. Becaused there is 4 drain holes at the bottom of the planter box
Any idea how many gallons or cubic feet of soil you need to fill one box?
One bag filled it up 85%. The 32 qt bags.
How thick are the boards? I don’t see that anywhere. Thanks.
Boards are half inch thick.
How much soil is needed to fill this planter?
About 10 20lb bags.
Should the wood be painted?I did not paint mine. I do not want the possibility of paint chemicals coming in contact with my plants. I also wanted a low maintenance container so that I could focus on the garden. I love my garden box!!
Is this fir wood or another type of wood?