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Fabric Raised Garden Bed - 4 Pockets

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Fulfil your gardening dreams and effortlessly set up an instant raised garden bed with this handy fabric planter.

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Product overview

Fulfil your gardening dreams and effortlessly set up an instant raised garden bed with this handy fabric planter.

Quick and easy to set up, this garden bed can be ready to go in a jiffy - no screws, no nails, no tools, no stakes, no assembly required, simply unfold, fill with soil & you're good to go!

These felt-like, sustainable fabric garden beds are reusable & allow for great aeration so your plants will not suffer from heat build-up or overwatering. Made with porous fabric that air-prunes plant roots, resulting in a robust and healthy root system.

With 4 pocket sections, you can easily seperate your various plants and quickly distinguish each crop when it comes to picking your herbs or veggies. The sturdy dividers also mean this bed has no trouble standing upright, even with little soil in it.

Traditional garden beds block up to 80% of air ventilation, often leading to weaker or circled root systems. With the combination of air root pruning creating a better root structure and the aeration of the root zone, your plants can reach their full potential, in an eco friendly bed.

These garden beds are made from a felt fabric that is non-woven and BPA free. This felt provides a safe growing medium that is PH neutral, and non-reactive.

• Fabric Raised Garden Bed - 4 pockets
• PH neutral
• BPA free
• Non-reactive
• No heat build up
• Prevents overwatering
• Promotes healthy root systems
• 1 Year Trade Tested Warranty

Material: Felt
Size: W 60cm x D 60cm x H 30cm

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Questions and answers

1 vote
How UV resistant is the material & stitching?
This has UV treatment and is UV resistant. It can be reused and last for at least 2-3 years.
By Trade Tested on April 13 2022
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Can you use this for growing potatoes?
Yes absolutely.
By Trade Tested on October 03 2022
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Can these planter bags be cleaned and recycled at the end of their life, or do they fall apart after a couple of years? Thanks
These have a reusable lifespan of around 5 seasons. Depending on how they are looked after they can last longer. You can prolong the life by storing dry when when not in use, not dragging across rough surfaces etc. They are constructed from BPA free recycled plastics, which are pretty durable in terms of actually decomposing.
By Trade Tested on October 04 2022

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Raised Garden Bed 4 pocket

Love this, pockets are a great size and my herbs and veges are doing amazing

KiwiGirl Waikato
Dream garden bed

Love this. So easy to use and plants are growing well.. Have put it on a pallet and it is perfect

Green Wellington
Fabric raised garden bed

Just going to plant this vegetable bed with cabbage and lettuces just ideal for our decking on our house at the beach.

Judy Hawke’s Bay
Fabric raised garden bed

This product is great and I have it sitting on a concrete pad. I planted a cherry tomato into each section, but in hindsight I should have planted lettuce and other vege type. The fabric is amazing and after rain or a watering it does not remain wet or soggy.

Wasa Wellington
Managable size, good quality

These sturdy fabric garden beds are ideal for a little vege patch, you can fill one with 2-3 40kg soil bags, add a trickle or weeper water system and you are good to go.

AJ Auckland
Fabric garden beds

The pockets are generous, so require about two bags of potting mix per set of four. I have put mine on pallets, so they don;t sit in water on the ground, one broccoli plant er pocket. So far, doing very well.

gardener Auckland
Happily recommend

I purchased one of these to try out. Really happy, keeps the roots separated which is good for keeping plants that like to spread under control (like mint). May get another. They are likely bigger than you expect, and need a lot of potting mix, but it helps to keep my tendency to overcrowd at bay! Not easy to move once filled.

Calli Queenstown
Our spud garden

Great answer to growing potatoes on our balcony in an apartment.

Julie Christchurch

So easy to use. Potatoes all planted

Steph Levin
Grid system

I bought it because it's already have a grid system that I planned to utilize and organize for my planting. It's fine but then I think it needs to have support on the sides to avoid bulging when it's filled with soil.

Jenni Auckland