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Viagrow 30 Gal. Mini Raised Garden Bed with Handles (3-Pack)
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Viagrow

30 Gal. Mini Raised Garden Bed with Handles (3-Pack)

$35.42 /each

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The 30 Gal Mini Raised Beds with Handles are durable enough to last for multiple seasons of gardening while creating an oxygen healthy root system for the plant. Designed to allow roots to breathe, these beds stand up well to heavy harvests and can be used for soil or hydroponic applications both indoors and outdoors. The mini raised beds are made of 100% new polypropylene (PP) and are environmental friendly. Please note that our mini raised beds are measured in trade gallons. A Trade gallon is a term used to denote the sizes of standard plant containers in horticultural industries. A trade gallon is equal to approximately 0.71 U.S. liquid gallons.

  • Super large sizes can be used as raised bed gardens
  • Inexpensive and durable fabric can last through multiple seasons
  • Breathable material aerates the soil for optimum root growth
  • Can be used with various types of soil or hydroponic growing media
  • Perfect for greenhouse and outdoor applications
  • Made with 100% new polypropylene (PP) - environmental friendly

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How much soil is needed for the bed?

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30 gallon.... 4 cubic feet: 2 large bags of soil/fertilizer.... :-)
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4.66 cubic feet.
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30 gallons which is a little over 4.6 cubic feet. I recommend the promix bales to fill them. Maybe add some worm castings.
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July 11, 2016
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One bag of soil is enough to fill this pot. The 30 Gal Mini Raised Beds with Handles are durable enough to last for multiple seasons of gardening while creating an oxygen healthy root system for the plant. Designed to allow roots to breathe, these beds stand up well to heavy harvests and can be used for soil or hydroponic applications both indoors and outdoors. The mini raised beds are made of 100% new Read More
One bag of soil is enough to fill this pot. The 30 Gal Mini Raised Beds with Handles are durable enough to last for multiple seasons of gardening while creating an oxygen healthy root system for the plant. Designed to allow roots to breathe, these beds stand up well to heavy harvests and can be used for soil or hydroponic applications both indoors and outdoors. The mini raised beds are made of 100% new polypropylene (PP) and are environmental friendly. Please note that our mini raised beds are measured in trade gallons. A Trade gallon is a term used to denote the sizes of standard plant containers in horticultural industries. A trade gallon is equal to approximately 0.71 U.S. liquid gallons.
Super large sizes can be used as raised bed gardens
Inexpensive and durable fabric can last through multiple seasons
Breathable material aerates the soil for optimum root growth
Can be used with various types of soil or hydroponic growing media
Perfect for greenhouse and outdoor applications
Made with 100% new polypropylene (PP) - environmental friendly
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Why is this called a mini raised garden bed

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I would like to plant a small yew tree in a container that has outgrown it's 20 gallon pot. Would this work? If it's the wrong size can I return it to the nearest Home Depot?
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It is 4 cubic feet of soil... 2 big bags of soil.... Not big by most raised garden standard.... :-)
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Should be a 30 gallon fabric pot. It should work fine, but I'd measure your current container to make sure that it's not too wide for it.
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Hi kat,
The manufacturer is touting this product as a potential raised garden bed because the fabric that it is constructed of is quite durable and could last for multiple seasons.
It won't last the life span of a tree however, so you will need to replant the tree in a couple of seasons if you choose to use this product.
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Hi kat,
The manufacturer is touting this product as a potential raised garden bed because the fabric that it is constructed of is quite durable and could last for multiple seasons.
It won't last the life span of a tree however, so you will need to replant the tree in a couple of seasons if you choose to use this product.
Of course, any product purchased on HomeDepot.com can be returned to any Home Depot store if you are not happy with it.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Raised Garden Beds A raised Garden bed, in a heavy duty Vinyl tote: Brilliant idea!!! Durable, large enough to be secure and grow good quality plants, Small enough to move around as needed, and repurpose. Ideal to use composted material as a base, and these raised garden beds with other soil on top. 33 gallons help make them easy to move. Great, thick and durable with good sized handles. October 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome for the over 60 crowd! I love gardening above ground with these mini raised bed planters. True, a raised bed made from rail road ties or old tires is more permanent, this is a perfect and affordable way to plant, some are even big enough to trellis in, Soft but sturdy fabric that holds its shape. They have handles to move them around but the truth is, once they are filled with soil, water and plants, the are too heavy to budge. If cared for properly you should get many years of service from them. At the end of the gardening season, pull the plants and dump soil (in tarps to save for next year) and rinse pouches with a hose. Dry and store indoors. Buy with confidence and happy gardening! September 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Bigger then expected, which is a + & a - Was planning on using these collapsible planters for raised bed gardening. May still do so, but their larger than expected. I will be constructing permanent raised beds & create combination cold planter boxes made from 6 x 6 & 4 x 4 timbers VS super heavy & hard to work with rail road ties. I find these expensive, but easier than building permanent raised beds, so if someone isn't able to build raised beds themselves, these would be a more affordable way to plant in raised bed. I on the other hand can easily construct raised beds similarly sized for same cost. These are constructed with very heavy duty landscaping fabric (I buy same fabric by the roll) sewn together with handles added & they will hold their expanded shape. The handles meant to move these once filled with soil would likely pull off & be too heavy to lift. This leave you with 2 choices of what to do at end of season. Either pull out the plants,dump soil on tarp & bag it up in heavy duty bags (I'd use 3 cubic foot mulch bags tied at the top) to save for next year, spray them off with nozzle, dry and store indoors or just leave them in place as is after removing the plants at end of season. Knowing the fabric these are made of very well, if cared properly for (stitching is the weak link with these planters) they will last many years. I'll use 2 as seasonal planters VS leaving them in place due to risk of stitching rotting & third to transport plants for transplanting & any other uses around the property & garden I can think of. ;-) October 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by love them I've only been using them for a few weeks, but so far so good! I wouldn't try lifting with the handles after watering your plants, best to do so when it's on the dry side so as to not risk ripping the handles off. 30 gallons of soil is heavy enough. Make sure you have a pan underneath for water drainage. Since it's a breathable material water can just drain out of the sides or bottom. September 7, 2016
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