Rated 4.4 out of 5Â by 48
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Vicki Frame-it-all Anchor joints for raised beds
I have used these anchor joints and the stacking joints to built several hundred square feet of raised beds in my garden. I love the ease of using them...just pound in the first stake, place the 2x6 side and end wood pieces in (the length is up to the user), and frame up an entire raised bed. Easy and convenient! The angles are adjustable, so the work well with odd-shaped garden areas. I just wish they were available in-store, as well.
March 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Bruce Easy to install, looks great.
This product is very easy to work with and very quick to install. I have a typical garden about 16' X 10' except that one corner has the telephone and cable towers located in it. I was able to easily construct an angled corner so that for any service needed at the towers the technician would have easy access. You can see the angled corner in the photo.
September 6, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5Â by HappyGardner Very simple to use
I loved it because I was able to make my flower beds myself. Just buy to boards and slip into the slots. They were easy to pound into the ground and held up to the hammer. Also it is really nice that they can be at different angles. My flower bed looks great and was little effort.
May 27, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by greenp Product weak plastic
I ordered 8 of these anchors. A couple of the plastic pieces broke off when placing them in the ground. I found that they were not very strong too. I ended up pulling them all out and finding another method. I would not recommend purchasing these. Go with right angle metal brackets or straight metal brackets instead. Nothing to go wrong with traditional materials
November 15, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5Â by AllThumbs Not sufficient for task
Design is good, function would be good, IF made of a reasonably rugged material.
The anchors appear to be made out of model airplane plastic . . . its really brittle. No way it will adequately support a 2x6 over 3-4 feet long. The slightest pressure cracks them.
I wasn't attempting to stack them either . . .
August 19, 2014