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Stratco

Stratco Corrugated Iron Raised Garden Bed - Beige

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UPC:
860324001271
MPN:
LG-35755
  • Stratco Corrugated Iron Raised Garden Bed - Beige
  • Stratco Corrugated Iron Raised Garden Bed - Beige
  • Stratco Corrugated Iron Raised Garden Bed - Beige
  • Stratco Corrugated Iron Raised Garden Bed - Beige
$74.99

Description

Grow healthy and vibrant vegetables, herbs, flowers and plants with this Stratco Raised Corrugated Galvanized Steel Metal Outdoor Decor Garden Vegetable Bed Planter Box.

Product Features

  • Set of 4 pre-constructed, pre-painted corrugated, steel panels interlock to create a frame
  • DIY assembly is effortless with thorough step-by-step instructions, no tools required
  • Capable of holding up to 8 cubic feet of soil and measures 41 inches long, 28 inches wide, and 13 inches tall
  • Item helps define a planting area in your garden or on your balcony
  • Disassembles for easy storage
  • Powder coated finish keeps the item durable and free from warping

This rectangular, hardy steel unit allows you to create a container garden on a patio or in your lawn in moments, for growing space virtually anywhere. The four strong, steel panels connect without any hardware, thanks to their integrated keyhole locking mechanisms. The corrugated design on each side adds both strength and a rustic look to the piece, furthered by the mottled color. This item creates a wealth of planting space on your patio or in your lawn. It also disassembles for seasonal storage, and the panels may be placed inside the liner bag for convenient storage. The powder coated finish on each steel panel lasts for many seasons, helping the item retain its classic color tone. Assembly required.

 
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Additional Information

Type:
Raised Garden Bed
Color:
Brown
Size:
Large
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1 Review

  • 5
    No dig gardening!

    Posted by Matthew Grote on Aug 8th 2023

    I had a spot in my garden where I couldn't dig due to tree roots. This raised bed was a perfect solution! I placed it directly on the ground and filled it with potting soil.

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