Model # 16162DWH

Internet #202909819

Border Blocks 16 ft. x 16 ft. Raised Bed 2 Landscaping Timber High White Blocks and Covers (24 peices)

Border Blocks

16 ft. x 16 ft. Raised Bed 2 Landscaping Timber High White Blocks and Covers (24 peices)

$14594 /box
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Border Blocks, a system that has been designed for landscaping timbers to be connected together. They can be used for raised beds and borders. This system is a quick and easy way to landscape. These blocks are made with polypropylene resin. They are du

  • This patented system collects rain water and has drainage holes inside each cavity to allow for drainage into soil
  • Kit consist of enough items to build a 16 ft. x 16 ft. raised bed 2 Landscaping Timbers high Landscaping timbers sold separately Landscaping Timbers can be cut to any size to fit the home owner's requirements
  • No more angles to cut long screws to twist or nails to drive
  • No complicated instruction manuals
  • PVC thin wall pipe works well instead of landscape timbers just cut hub off one end
  • If stacked three or more in height rebar is recommended hole inside block is provided
  • Blocks are stackable reusable and adjustable up to 8 foot intervals



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Customer Questions & Answers

can these be painted with a primer/paint? White is too stark and terra cotta is too red. would rather have them in a tan or brown

Asked by: leslie
Yes, the blocks are paintable.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-05-19

I need to see these, not pictures of them. Are there samples in stores?

(Or can there be samples sent to the store?)
Asked by: Tom
No, this product is not sold in stores.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-04-27

Size of the garden area?

Does this mean that the area contained is 16 feet by 16 feet? In another words would you wind up with a 16 by 16 garden area?
Asked by: cowboy

How do you keep the dirt from escaping between the timbers?

Asked by: Imjusttink
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