Model # RC 4C8T2

Internet #202520864

Store SKU #342574

Greenes Fence 48 in. x 96 in. Cedar Raised Garden Bed

Greenes Fence

48 in. x 96 in. Cedar Raised Garden Bed

  • Unfinished rough sawn cedar
  • Board Thickness 11/16 - 3/4 in.
  • Raised Garden Bed made of North American cedar
$93.77 /each

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Product Overview

Greenes' 4 ft. x 8 ft. Dovetail Cedar Raised Garden Kit lets you create a gorgeous two-tier flower or vegetable garden with ease. The dovetail joint construction means you won't need tools to assemble the garden frame: Simply slide the boards into place, and you're done. There's never been a simpler or faster way to turn any level outdoor space into the most fabulous garden in the neighborhood.

  • Assembles quickly and easily
  • Boards slide into place with no tools required
  • Creates the ideal growing environment for your favorite plants
  • Made from naturally rot- and insect-resistant cedar
  • Expands into multiple configurations with any greenes cedar raised garden kit
  • Stacks with additional greenes dovetail cedar raised garden kits
  • 25 cu. ft. of soil needed to fill raised beds

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Customer Questions & Answers

Should I put something down first before I put these on a concrete slab?

Asked by: techimnot
As long as edges flush with concrete surface should be okay
Answered by: Bunny
Date published: 2016-08-14

Are there chemical free?

Asked by: melissa
Seems to be au natural. No signs of chemical treatment
Answered by: Bunny
Date published: 2016-08-14

Is this stackable?

Asked by: Laurey
Yes, this product stacks with additional greenes dovetail cedar raised garden kits.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-02-17

What is the depth of each tier?

I see that 10.5" is listed as the depth, but what about the other tier?
Asked by: Jooby
The deeper bed is 10.5" deep, the shallower side is 7" deep.
Answered by: Superman
Date published: 2017-02-17
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Customer Reviews

48 in. x 96 in. Cedar Raised Garden Bed is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 220.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from beyond expectations! great little kit. doing great job holding soil and plantings on slope. am amazed how well.
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Cedar Raised Beds I have only assembled one of these beds so far. It was a very easy process, in fact so much so that I felt I had to add screws to the joints to make them even more stable. For the future beds I will start with pilot holes since the joints themselves are designed for easy assembly they are too loose by themselves. These beds will work but I was hoping for something more solid, thicker wood and the like.
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome product! Just received mine yesterday. I set it up in no time, while dinner was cooking on the stove. The pieces fit together almost like Lego blocks. There is no need to use a hammer. If they have some resistance sliding into place, just make sure your corners line up. the only time you need a screwdriver is to attach the corner tops. Set up could not be easier and faster. the fragrance of fresh cut cedar is lovely. Now, time will tell of its durability exposed to the elements in zone 6, but I bought this product trusting the quality of cedar wood and was left motivated to buy more sets to enlarge my growing area! BTW, a 50 yr old woman set it up alone and yelled "I am woman, hear me roar!" when it was ready in 15 minutes!
Date published: 2013-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Gardening Solution - Easy To Set Up I was looking into building my own raised cedar boxes this spring and came across this kit. For only a little more than the cost of materials to build my own, I saved all kinds of time setting this up and got my veggies planted all in one afternoon. I bought a couple kits and connected them to make a corner bed. **Installation tip, it's very handy to have a rubber mallet to help the slats into position as some are cut thicker than others.
Date published: 2013-04-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It Doesn't Get Any Easier Than This The quality of the wood and workmanship is so-so. There were a few knot holes (which I intend to take up with the manufacturer). The milled ends were apparently pushed faster than the blades wanted to cut, as they seemed shredded almost as much as cut. Thus, sliding the ends of the boards into the corresponding slots in the posts met with some resistance at times, but nothing a few good raps with something solid couldn't overcome. That said, this is the THIRD identical set I've bought and I wouldn't hesitate to buy another. Despite the imperfections, it is still far easier to put this together than to build something similar from scratch. So, while the wood quality isn't perfect, it's good enough for raised beds. BONUS: because this is a nail-less and screw-less design, there are no worries about those fasteners corroding or pulling out over time. (There are wooden caps that are to be screwed to the tops of the posts, but installing those is optional; they are strictly for aesthetics) I'm a hobbyist woodworker, too -- I could make something better for less money, but for the time involved, I chose to buy this, instead. Once it's together and in use, the minor defects disappear and there's the satisfaction of having put together a decent-looking raised bed with very little time and effort. (Which is good, because the work really begins when you start to fill it!) One more thing: if you are new to raised beds, as I was when I bought my first one, be prepared to have to buy MORE filler than you're told you'll need. When you fill it with the calculated or recommended amount of soil mix, it will look just fine. After it's been thoroughly watered a few times, though, it will settle. You might consider picking up an extra 25% right off the bat, if the full depth is important for what you're planting.
Date published: 2016-06-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Clever dovetail design The cedar dovetailed posts are a clever design idea. They are well engineered. In reality though, your box needs to be on perfectly level ground or some of the boards will be difficult to slide in due to things getting out of square. Some of the cedar posts split easily. I love the design and versatility of these units. The value/sq ft is exceptional. I priced many boxes and got 12-4'x4' boxes for the price of 4-8 anywhere else. I think these would be much improved if the posts were actually plastic or composite. I turned the boxes over once assembled and used the post cap as a foot. This gave the boards a stop so they could not slide out of the bottom and kept things more even. If you have perfectly level site this may not be necessary but I think it could enhance the overall design stability so that when you lift these to move them for any reason, the boards don't drop out of the bottom.
Date published: 2013-01-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from EXCELLENT PRODUCT!!! I am very much a beginner gardener and not much of a handywoman. This garden is SUPER easy to put together. It took only about 15 min. to assemble. Some of the boards were a little warped, but they still do the job! Much easier for me than trying to build one from scratch. More than one may be purchased to link them together if you want a larger garden. FYI, I filled this garden to the top with dirt & it took 21 cubic feet.
Date published: 2012-05-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome for the price! If you've looked at raised garden beds, you know they are ridiculously priced. It's just wood, right? The materials probably cost $20 so why do they usually cost 200-300 dollars for a kit? It's like those cat trees. They're made of wood and carpet scraps and they cost $300. What is THAT about?! This kit is as advertised and costs $79. Does the job and a breeze to put together. It's great. Don't forget to pick up some weed block fabric to put underneath it and the price of dirt and drip sprinklers if you're feeling adventurous. I love it.
Date published: 2011-06-11
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