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Raised Garden Bed 120cm x 90cm x 41cm Ironsand

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These garden beds are great for growing small plots of veges and flowers. They transform any spare space into a fertile garden patch and prevent pathway weeds from getting into your garden soil. The extra height also stops pests like snails and slugs from munching on your plants.

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Product overview

These garden beds are great for growing small plots of veges and flowers. They transform any spare space into a fertile garden patch and prevent pathway weeds from getting into your garden soil. The extra height also stops pests like snails and slugs from munching on your plants.

Best of all, these units are kind on your back. The raised garden means you never have to get on your hands and knees to tend to your plants.

All up, our raised garden beds are an excellent choice for simple and effective gardening. Just choose the size and colour you'd like, and you're away.

Comes with a 1 Year Warranty for peace of mind.

FEATURES
• Deep 41cm walls
• Ideal for planting a veggie patch, flower bed or herb garden
• Strong and durable hot dip galvanised steel construction
• Absorbs and retains the needed warmth for root development
• Includes self drilling screws (electric drill required), so pre-drilled holes are not required

SPECIFICATIONS
Colour: Ironsand
Product dimensions: 120cm L x 90cm W x 41cm H
Product weight: 9kg
Gross weight: 9.46kg
Carton dimensions: 122cm L x 44cm W x 13cm H

Electric drill required for assembly.

Steel profiles may differ from those shown.

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Questions and answers

9 votes
Q:
What is the cubic capacity please. (so I know how much soil I need to buy) Thank you.
A:
It's approx 0.44m³.
By Trade Tested on February 24 2020
4 votes
Q:
I want to make a long continuous bed of about 3 meters. Can these be joined side by side or just placed side by side?
A:
These would be best suited assembled individually and placed side by side due to the way the corner brackets help with the structural integrity of the unit. If you were to make a long continuous bed it would turn out quite flimsy.
By Trade Tested on September 21 2021
2 votes
Q:
Are these transportable if you need to move home at any time?
A:
This might be a little tricky as they don't have a bottom in them, you will need to disassemble the structure.
By Trade Tested on July 05 2021
2 votes
Q:
Do these planters have a bottom in them?
A:
No they don't.
By Trade Tested on May 14 2019
1 vote
Q:
How will a thin piece of plywood used as a bottom liner be renewable if the planter is filled with soil?
A:
You could lever up the planter and slide the new ply underneath the deteriorating piece, or you could empty the the planter and change. The ply option was in response to someone who was looking at whether they could use it on decking and how they could possibly make it work, rather than a suggestion that this bed is an ideal option for that application. We would definitely recommend going with one of our Keter or EcoFlex planters for this.
By Trade Tested on October 28 2020
1 vote
Q:
I am thinking of putting a planter on a verandah decking. What would you suggest I line the bottom with ?
A:
We would use some thin, untreated plywood. This will eventually deteriorate obviously, but can be easily renewed. Have you checked out our resin planters? These are another good option that will last longer also.
By Trade Tested on October 01 2019
1 vote
Q:
Can you put soil straight into these or do we need to line them?
A:
As this is steel you don't need to line them.
By Trade Tested on September 26 2019
1 vote
Q:
Hello, can you put one on top of another to make it taller?
A:
Yes you could do this, you would need to figure out how to secure them together, perhaps some tek screws.
By Trade Tested on July 29 2019
0 votes
Q:
Hi do you have covers available for these at all?
A:
No we don't.
By Trade Tested on December 29 2021
0 votes
Q:
What are the top edges like - sharp to touch?
A:
No the edges are not sharp to touch.
By Trade Tested on December 02 2021
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Does the Job

Fast and easy to assemble,Driver bit included is a nice touch

DeanA Taranaki

Shared from: Raised Garden Bed 120cm x 90cm x 41cm Ironsand - 2 Pack

raised garden bed

Fantastic. Looks great, size is fantastic.

kaz Waikato

Shared from: Raised Garden Bed 120cm x 90cm x 41cm Ironsand - 2 Pack

Great value

I originally bought one of these. Now I have six ! Need I say more :) ? Strong, easy to assemble and look great. My only suggestion is that a forest green colour option be available.

Mark Canterbury
Easy to put together raised garden.

Put one together in about 1 hour. An electric drill is needed to punch the bolts through. Looks tidy.

AJ Bay of Plenty
RAISED GARDEN BED

Pleased with the purchase, for the price good value for. Looks good. A tip is look in the bag with the tek screws as there is a little drill bit that will make putting it together soooo much easier. We found it after doing one of the panels.

H20girl Auckland

Shared from: Raised Garden Bed 120cm x 90cm x 41cm Wood Finish

Good!

I have bought four of these over the years. They are good intermediate garden. Cons: rust after a few years. NOT easy to put together unelss you have professional tools and a lot of strength, (The self screwing screws are not brilliant. Metal easily twists when screwing). PROS: Once you have it up, Weed matted and filled with perlite or simila and then qualiy potting mix, a brilliant sized garden that looks good.

Rosalene & Graham Auckland
Good value planter

You need an electric drill, some time and ideally a friend to help with the assembly but it's pretty straightforward and took me 20 minutes or so, this resulted in a very sturdy and good-looking planter which I expect will last for many years. Very good value for money.

hjk Auckland
These are good value.

I’ve now bought three of these and will be buying more.

Mark West Coast
Raised Garden Bed 120x90x41

Looks good and happy with the purchase. Highly recommended you pre-drill the holes, it will make the entire process easier. Also look for the tek screw drill bit in the screw bag! Found it after doing the first 2 and was a game changer.

H20girl Auckland

Shared from: Raised Garden Bed 120cm x 90cm x 41cm Wood Finish

Great Value

Ok, so it’s not an $1,000 wooden eye catching masterpiece but it is tough and fit for purpose. Also easy to assemble. It would be good if they made them in forest green. I bought two more and may buy more so that tells you more than any words.

Mark West Coast South Island