Farmer D Cedar Rectangular Raised Bed Kit
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Raised beds offer a host of advantages for edible gardening: control over soil conditions for less weeding, less fertilizing, optimal drainage and increased yield. You can also tailor the ideal soil conditions for each of your crops. Our bottomless raised-bed frames are made of hefty 2"-thick cuts of cedar for exceptional durability, and the kit includes all the hardware you need for quick assembly.
- Crafted of FSC-certified sustainable untreated western red cedar that is naturally rot- and insect-resistant.
- 2"-thick boards form a rectangular 72" x 36" bottomless frame to contain soil.
- Assembly required.
- Predrilled for easy assembly; all hardware included.
- 72" x 36": 9 1/2" high overall; 14 cu.-ft. cap.
- Made following socially responsible, environmentally friendly business practices by a company that helps empower people to grow healthy foods and build sustainable communities.
- Handmade in USA.
- Use & Care
- Cedar will naturally develop a gray patina and last for many years without any maintenance.
- To extend the life of the wood, treat with linseed or tung oil once a year.
This item will be shipped directly from the manufacturer and is not eligible for rush shipping. Please allow one to two weeks for delivery.
Rated 5 out of 5 by mrsmay from These are Great! by Linda Maintanis Hi, I ordered three of these in the 3x6 size.. They went together quickly, and easily. They are solid cedar and seem sturdy enough to last at least ten seasons here in the northeast...maybe longer, we'll see. I had two yards of loam delivered, one would have been enough for the three beds, in addition I added another hundred-fifty pounds of compost...yikes!Date published: 2013-06-15Rated 2 out of 5 by Anonymous from Don't bother Looks great on the website. Difficult to put together. All of the necessary screw holes were not made and we had to pull out our drill to complete what should have been done. Missing 2 screws and one long board was already splitting. This took more time to complete than it should have, so for the money...I'll try something else next time.Date published: 2013-03-25