Model # REGB 24-48

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Gronomics 24 in. x 48 in. x 32 in. - 9 in. D Rustic Elevated Garden Bed
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Gronomics

24 in. x 48 in. x 32 in. - 9 in. D Rustic Elevated Garden Bed

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Elevated garden beds are the answer for an instant and manageable garden that can be placed anywhere. Ideal for small patios, decks, condos, apartments, or anywhere you'd like to grow vegetables, herbs, or flowers. The elevated garden bed eliminates bending over while gardening and is perfect for gardeners with mobility and back strain issues.

  • Exclusive 5-year warranty
  • Unfinished rough sawn rustic look
  • Tool free assembly - dovetail design slides together in minutes
  • 100% Western red cedar
  • Handcrafted in the USA
  • Fabric liner included
  • Soil Capacity: 5.4 cu. ft.

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Would this work for an apartment?

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San Francisco, CA
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July 18, 2015
I have a panoramic window, so theoretically lots of light, but we are usually shrouded in fog. What kinds of vegetables and herbs could be planted? Is it deep enough for tomatoes? Thank you.
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July 26, 2016
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If you have a small are in the back of your apartment, I don't see why it wouldn't work. It's only 2 ft. x 4 ft.
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Edmonds, WA
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Yes, this would work for an apartment but you have to remember that when you water there might be some drainage and you do not want to flood out/"rain" on the deck of the neighbor downstairs!
I have 2 tomato plants, a cucumber and a green pepper as well as a couple of strawberry plants in my elevated garden bed. Not sure what you can grow with the fog but I bet a garden expert at Home Depot could advise
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Yes, this would work for an apartment but you have to remember that when you water there might be some drainage and you do not want to flood out/"rain" on the deck of the neighbor downstairs!
I have 2 tomato plants, a cucumber and a green pepper as well as a couple of strawberry plants in my elevated garden bed. Not sure what you can grow with the fog but I bet a garden expert at Home Depot could advise you.
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BAJA CA.
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April 5, 2016
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Only outside
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Chicago, Illinois
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August 4, 2015
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If the size of your patio can accommodate and you have ample sunshine, then YES absolutely.
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Antioch IL
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July 28, 2015
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It is not deep enough for tomatoes, but I did plant peppers in it , I think most herbs could be planted. Are you talking about using it inside your apartment??? It does have boards that lay across the bottom that you have to place with about 1/4 " of an inch between them. So it will have water draining out the bottom.
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Santa Maria, CA
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July 21, 2015
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Would depend on the size of the patio or balcony.
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Can it be stained or painted?

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April 16, 2016
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July 26, 2016
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It can be, but I would caution against it. I think it would be better to keep it natural and just rub it from time to time with a good mineral oil. The wood is raw and a little rough to paint.
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No. It does not need to be painted or stained. I used a food friendly oil of mineral and citrus to condition and preserve the wood. As much as I water and veggies that are rowing, I am seeing no breakdown in the oil .
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Troy, NY
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June 13, 2016
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Absolutely. Keep in mind that all cedar will turn to grey if it is not painted. I reapply stain every three years to bring back the color.
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Tucson, AZ, USA
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May 8, 2016
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I used water seal on mine and after three years they are weathering to grey.
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April 17, 2016
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This can be stained or painted.
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Is the wood chemically treated?

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No. It is not chemically treated. I would not have purchased it if it was. I rubbed it with a mineral and citrus oil solution.
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No. The wood is raw. You need to rub it with a mineral oil or citrus oil that is food friendly, if you plan to hgrow vegetables in it.
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No, the wood is raw cedar.
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May 11, 2016
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No, the wood is not chemically treated.
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Is it necessary to stain?

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April 18, 2016
Wondering what it will look like in future years without a coat of stain?
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I did not stain it. The wood is nice and I used a citrus and mineral oil on the inside and outside. I made sure it was food friendly oil.
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looks better after being oiled. I used a natural raw linseed oil (not boiled)
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Amherst, NY 14226
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June 21, 2016
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No. It is cedar so it does not need staining. However it would not hurt to oil it to extend its life.
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April 19, 2016
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Oil stain is recommended for preservation, although it does not say it is required.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 163 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love it! Super easy to assemble; no tools required. It is a lot less work than planting in the ground, easy to maintain the garden and much easier to water. Might even buy another one next year. Very pleased with this product. June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rustic elevated garden bed Love it, easy to put together, no bending or massive amounts of weeds to pull most recently bought my 3rd one. Plants growing beautifully. Want more. June 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent purchase Very easy assembly, looks beautiful after oiling. Perfect size for an herb garden. July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Purchase! I purchased 2 as a gift for my 95 yr old mother so that she would be able to comfortably tend her garden. the assembly was super easy, the material quality is top notch. My mom and I are very pleased. June 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Functional and great looking addition to our new redwood deck. Simple to assemble with no tools or genius needed. I put together two garden bed boxes with my 5 year old grandson in 30 minutes - no slivers or smashed fingers at all! Another plus is the waist high planting box makes it so much easier to plant and maintain the flowers - no bending over. May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful elevated gardens! We ordered 2 of these gardens to use in our Senior Center garden project. They were received in good time and were easily assembled by our senior patrons and staff. Because these are designed to stand in place where they are built and filled, our staff built a simple platform with casters to enable them to be moved as needed. Our patrons have taken over the maintenance of the gardens now. May 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful Cedar Raised Bed! This cedar raised bed was very easy to assemble and is gorgeous in my garden area! April 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great value for the price!! I have four of these, three that I installed last summer, and one installed today. In looking for affordable and attractive raised beds appropriate for a roof deck (ie, not directly on the ground), my options were limited by price and time available to build something from scratch. These fit the bill. All in all, I adore these beds. They work great for my little NYC urban garden: Affordable. Attractive. Quick to assemble. Minimal weeds. No bending down. A modicum of privacy, especially when planting climbing veg. Not only do I love these beds, but I get tons of compliments. They really look great... And you can't beat the price. Regarding ease, today I set one up by myself (single female) in under 10 minutes, 15 if you count adding potting soil and compost. The only tool you *need* is a staple gun for the landscape fabric, but I would highly recommend gloves. Speaking of which... Some caveats: these are unfinished, so expect some pretty hairy splinters and a fair bit of weathering over time. I had several half-inch long splinters today after assembly - the side boards are super rough hewn. I'm sure I had even more splinters last year. That said, the latter "issue" of weathering is a *good* thing, because these come with some pretty significant color variations between pieces. If you are OCD like me, this will drive you crazy. The first time I bought these, I was able to mix and match between sets and got close enough to something that I could live with on each of them... But it took time and drove me nuts. Today that wasn't an option, obviously, but I accepted it knowing they would eventually weather. I also hid the worst pieces on the back, against my balcony railing (which is also where I hid the "logo" piece on all of them). All of this is to say: if you are a perfectionist, maybe go with a pricier product. Another caveat: once assembled and full of soil, these are a beast to move. I did it by myself yesterday, but they were heavy and the slats really wanted to come apart. Because they come together like Lincoln Logs, you can't really lift them without them falling apart. You only have two options: lift by the legs (if you have a partner) or do the wiggle dance inch by inch. I did the latter. Trust me, patience is key. How are they faring? After 7 months, the first three are holding up well, though they are pretty weathered (again, a good thing color-wise), and there are a few small cracks in the harder, more "finished" wood pieces - the legs and the caps. Most of the color variations are no longer noticeable. I don't think the cracks make anything structurally unsound, but I wonder if there is a way to protect them... I suppose you could sand everything down and tung oil it, but then why not buy the Gronomics beds that have that already done? Time vs. cost would probably even out there. If you are wondering about their shallow depth, as I was, note that I have grown tomatoes, peppers, and cucs in them successfully - as well as a ton of greens and herbs. Depth has not been an issue thus far. I have had minimal (read: nearly non-existent) weeds... but have had some pretty bad issues with pests. They won't save you from cabbage worms or aphids. One last thing, a miracle if you will... I ordered my fourth bed YESTERDAY with an expected delivery date next Thursday, but it arrived today. As in overnight. It was joyous. So - if you are cheap but discerning like me, buy these. And buy them from Home Depot. I haven't found them anywhere else cheaper, and trust me, I looked. They are fab... You won't regret it. April 1, 2016
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