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Greenes Fence 4 ft. x 4 ft. x 21 in. 3-Tiered Cedar Raised Garden Bed
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Greenes Fence

4 ft. x 4 ft. x 21 in. 3-Tiered Cedar Raised Garden Bed

$111.03 /each

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Grow amazing vegetables, flowers and plants of any kind in this 3-tier Raised Garden Bed. The 4 ft. x 4 ft. frame slides together with no tools for a setup that's quick and secure. You'll love the flexibility of the tier depths combined with the ease of raised bed gardening.

  • Top 2 tiers (21 in. and 14 in., respectively) offer the perfect depth for growing deep-rooted vegetables and plants, at 7 in., the bottom tier is just right for growing most vegetables and other plants
  • Dovetail design means assembly is quick and easy, simply slide the boards into place and add soil for a secure frame
  • Kit assembles as follows: 1) slide together the first tier and then add the soil 2) slide together the second tier and place it on the first, and then add the soil 3) slide together the top frame, place it on the second and then add the soil
  • Kit is made from 100% chemical-free naturally rot and insect-resistant cedar, perfect for organic gardens
  • 19 cu. ft. of soil needed to fill raised beds

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4 ft. x 4 ft. x 21 in. 3-Tiered Cedar Raised Garden Bed
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we want to put this planter on cement in our patio. How do you keep the soil in? it doesn't seem to come with a bottom piece ?

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I installed mine on a raised platform of wood. I lined it with black mess weed control matt. We filled it with dirt and let it sit for some time , now the dirt has settled and we will soon be adding more dirt to level it out then plant it. I also installed some lattice on the back side for cucumbers and green beans so that they can climb up.
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Gainesville, FL
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February 4, 2016
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It does not come with a bottom piece so you would need to build one yourself. Or the sides will hold in the soil and the bottom will just be in contact with the patio floor.
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I would not recommend using this on a cement slab. First off, in any gardening thinking, you want the soil to drain, and not hold water. This only leads to root rot, and a very unpleasant result. Second, water would" in this case, most likely drain our, but carry soil along with it, and I'm sure this would not make you happy. You could make it work if you were to put it on some sort of raised platform Read More
I would not recommend using this on a cement slab. First off, in any gardening thinking, you want the soil to drain, and not hold water. This only leads to root rot, and a very unpleasant result. Second, water would" in this case, most likely drain our, but carry soil along with it, and I'm sure this would not make you happy. You could make it work if you were to put it on some sort of raised platform such as a kids pool with holes drilled in it for drainage. I would not recommend using plywood with holes, as this will rot over time. You could talk to a nursery and show them what your trying to do, and I'm sure they will help you with how to set it up to make you and your plants happy. Read Less
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June 9, 2015
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We stapled weed protection barrier to the bottom inside layer. This has kept the soil in place.
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Hebron, KY
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May 26, 2015
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We were going to do that too. But decided against it. But you can lay garden cloth down and that will help with irrigation. You may want to lay a double layer for the patio.
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May 19, 2015
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I set mine up on ground. The soil stays in beautifully. Don't think it needs a base/bottom.
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how much soil is required to fill?

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June 25, 2015
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I bought 5- 20 lbs each of garden soil and used the 4 or 5 bags of soil conditioner I already had... I also put a weed blocker screen below it..
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10 bags of 2 cu. ft. potting soil.
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19 Cubic feet
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the instructions say 1 cubic yard
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Someone else answered this question, below. I used that algorithm, and it worked fine.
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Hi Tustin, according to the instruction/assembly guide you will need 19 cu. ft of soil.
Take a look at each tier and how much each one takes to fill. Link below.
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/aa/aac373b7-122b-4053-b18d-3f590783b2e8.pdf
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Do you need to seal the wood before you fill with dirt ?

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We had to put a liner in, down side no irrigation.
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We sealed ours with a waterproof varnish. The wood is rough cut so it needs to be sealed.
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I found this website and it sounds like you don't need to seal it since it's made out of cedar. http://www.cedarchairstore.com/aboutcedar.htm
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I just bought just garden bed and I was wondering about the wood as well.
On the video they say the wood is chemical-free and that makes it perfect for growing all types of plants and vegetables.
If you think about it, than I wouldn't make any sense to seal it, right?
But I would like to make sure before assemble it too.
Can someone help us? If yes, what type of sealer should we use?
Thank you!
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are there any recommended irrigation products for use with these beds?

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I installed a Mister Landscaper water irrigation system several years ago and connected a terminal to the beds..
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I laid garden cloth down prior to pouring in the compost.dirt.
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I just added drip lines from an already existing irrigation system.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 134 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Pretty easy to put together I initially struggled with the assembly b/c the instructions on the box really aren't sufficient. However, I came back inside, brought it up on the Home Depot site and there was an assembly video that explained everything perfectly. The wood was a bit rougher than I expected (splintery and unfinished) but that's no big deal for something meant to be filled with dirt. All in all, I really like it. October 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fabulous and fun This project turned out really beautiful. It took a lot more soil than I expected. It is going to be fun to watch my garden grow and enjoy the fruits of our labor. you won't be disappointed. June 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mixed it up. and it turned out gorgeous! We shortened one bed by taking out he middle tier. This made a wider lower tier to fit in an "A-frame" cucumber trellis, and gave us 30 inch boards to put low herb beds in between, with trelisses for peas. We added stepping stones in the lower beds so I can walk in between and access the tomatos that are growing innthe top tiers. It makes our old vegetable garden along the fence an absoute centerpiece of the yard. May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love this garden bed! I love this garden bed. It was super easy to build and very good quality. The hardest part was lugging all the soil it required but once it was done it looked great. Has a good amount of space for planting what I want to plant. I definitely recommend. May 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GREAT PURCHASE EASY TO ASSEMBLE BY MYSELF. A MALLET WAS HELPFUL AND GLOVES ARE RECOMMENDED TO AVOID SPLINTERS. IT TOOK A LOT MORE SOIL TO FILL THAN WAS EXPECTED. May 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Purchase Ever! Easy to assemble! This was really simple to install. The cedar is really nice, too and the garden looks sleek. Love March 15, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Cute garden bed It was easy to assemble and looks very nice. The only negative I wish I'd known before purchasing was that there is no bottom or horizontal shelves, so had to line the bottom and fill with a great amount of soil-it took 12 cuft of soil. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great and solid item I really liked this high raised garden. I would recommend especially with limited sized backyards. August 16, 2016
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