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Model # 2340D

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CITY PICKERS

24.5 in. x 20.5 in. Patio Raised Garden Bed Grow Box Kit with Watering System and Casters in Terra Cotta

  • Self-contained watering system automatically waters plants
  • Features casters for easy manuverability and use
  • 2 Gal. water reserve with drainage holes to prevent over-watering
$ 30 77
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Product Overview

  • Self-contained watering system automatically waters plants
  • Features casters for easy manuverability and use
  • 2 Gal. water reserve with drainage holes to prevent over-watering
Turn your patio into a personal garden with the CITY PICKERS 24-1/2 in. Patio Garden Kit. The self-contained watering system automatically waters your plants and has drainage holes to help prevent over watering. The mulch cover helps prevent weed growth, and the aeration screen helps provide a sufficient amount of air to the plant roots. The resin used in this product is a food safe High Density Polyethylene. It is chemically inactive, BPA free and Phthalate free and is perfectly safe for growing edible garden vegetables. The resin also includes chemically inert UV additives to prevent long term degradation from direct sunlight.
  • Assembled dimension: 24.25 in. W x 20.25 in. D x 9.5 in. H
  • Self-contained watering system automatically waters plants, holds up to 2 Gal. and has drainage holes to prevent over-watering
  • Aeration screen helps provide the proper amount of air to plant roots
  • Mulch cover helps eliminate weeds and conserve water
  • Casters allow for easy movement
  • Includes setup instructions and gardening instructions and tips
  • Made from durable, UV-protected resin
  • Will not rot and decompose like the wooden versions
  • Warning: will grow tomatoes and other vegetables extremely fast and easily
  • Plants not included



Product Overview

  • Self-contained watering system automatically waters plants
  • Features casters for easy manuverability and use
  • 2 Gal. water reserve with drainage holes to prevent over-watering
Model #: 2340D
Sku #: 420942
Internet #: 202563845

Turn your patio into a personal garden with the CITY PICKERS 24-1/2 in. Patio Garden Kit. The self-contained watering system automatically waters your plants and has drainage holes to help prevent over watering. The mulch cover helps prevent weed growth, and the aeration screen helps provide a sufficient amount of air to the plant roots. The resin used in this product is a food safe High Density Polyethylene. It is chemically inactive, BPA free and Phthalate free and is perfectly safe for growing edible garden vegetables. The resin also includes chemically inert UV additives to prevent long term degradation from direct sunlight.

  • Assembled dimension: 24.25 in. W x 20.25 in. D x 9.5 in. H
  • Self-contained watering system automatically waters plants, holds up to 2 Gal. and has drainage holes to prevent over-watering
  • Aeration screen helps provide the proper amount of air to plant roots
  • Mulch cover helps eliminate weeds and conserve water
  • Casters allow for easy movement
  • Includes setup instructions and gardening instructions and tips
  • Made from durable, UV-protected resin
  • Will not rot and decompose like the wooden versions
  • Warning: will grow tomatoes and other vegetables extremely fast and easily
  • Plants not included



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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Height (in.)
9.5
Container Length (in.)
24.5
Container Width (in.)
20.5

Details

Color Family
Orange
Color/Finish
Terra Cotta
Material
Plastic
Pots & Planters Type
Raised Beds
Product Weight (lb.)
9lb
Raised Bed Features
Elevated Bed,Wheels
Shape
Rectangle

Specifications

Dimensions

Container Height (in.)
9.5
Container Length (in.)
24.5
Container Width (in.)
20.5

Details

Color Family
Orange
Color/Finish
Terra Cotta
Material
Plastic
Pots & Planters Type
Raised Beds
Product Weight (lb.)
9lb
Raised Bed Features
Elevated Bed,Wheels
Shape
Rectangle

Questions & Answers

How many tomatoes would one container hold? Is 4 too many?

Asked by: gardenista
I think the planters are too short (tall) for tomatoes for the roots to develop properly. I would use a different planter with a lot more depth. These are great planters for shallow rooted items.
Answered by: Rusty
Date published: 2019-07-09

Does it come with all needed soil & amendments? Soil included ?

What added do I need to purchase?
Asked by: Tina
what do i need to buy with this item? do i need to get the soil?
Answered by: lisa
Date published: 2019-04-30

How do these handle the rain? I see some with a cover and some without or some under an awning an...

How do these handle the rain? I see some with a cover and some without or some under an awning and some in the open. How does the water drain out?
Asked by: jr
There is no problem with rain. There is an overflow valve in the bottom of the planter that allows excess water to drain off. This same valve will start to drain to the outside when you water the planter and have reached its maximum.
Answered by: gardenspring
Date published: 2019-01-25

So, u plant the seeds through the slits, and they grow up through them?

Asked by: GBR68
I use a 2" peice of toilet paper roll through the plastic cover fill the roll with soil and plant my seeds water from the top till the plants have the 1st set of real leaves comes out
Answered by: Walt
Date published: 2019-02-11
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Customer Reviews

24.5 in. x 20.5 in. Patio Raised Garden Bed Grow Box Kit with Watering System and Casters in Terra Cotta is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 1414.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from You nag me for a rating within one week of delivery of this growing system, which is hardly enoug... You nag me for a rating within one week of delivery of this growing system, which is hardly enough time to tell me how this will work when the plants mature. But here goes: It arrived in good condition, and was easy to assemble. Instructions were clear and very helpful in directing what type of soil and nutrients to purchase and use, giving options for one-row, two-row or three-row planting. I chose two-row, and only planted two plantings in each row, as I wasn't willing to waste any more plantings until I saw how this went. It is easy to move around even when full of soil, water, nutrients, and plants, but you do have to have it where the overflow water won't be a problem when you add water. The plants seem to be doing well so far in my warm southern AZ sun, but I think I'm going to have to build a moveable fence around it once the tomatoes start developing, or the critters will get them all. If this does work out well and is better than simple pots, I'll raise it to 5 stars, but for now it is too soon to tell (5 days since planted).
Date published: 2019-06-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These things are great for those of us with small spaces to garden in or don't want to dig up or ... These things are great for those of us with small spaces to garden in or don't want to dig up or make a raised bed. I have 5 of them going back as far as 2013. I use these for jalapeno, tabasco, and serrano chilis ( 4 plants per unit), Egg Plants (4 per unit) and bush goliath tomatoes (2 per unit). They hold moisture great, dont get diseases as easily as my in ground plants, require only a water fill once a week and look great. If we get high winds or hail I can roll them up on the porch too which is awesome. I get faster growth, heavier fruiting, and healthier plants with these things. Grow bags are great too but require more attention and are not as easily moved. I have never tried root vegetables as the depth seems like an issue to me but for container style tomatoes, peppers, beans, egg plant and okra I have had great success. A lot cheaper than the other box planters too so I can get more. Follow instructions and even a novice will find these easy to grow in. Potting mix, not garden soil or raised bed soil also makes a difference. Great product!
Date published: 2019-05-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I will say that this product is what I was looking for. I was lucky to find plenty of instructio... I will say that this product is what I was looking for. I was lucky to find plenty of instructions on youtube and Home Depot to make up for the fact that mine came without the instruction booklet. Mine also came looking as if it had been opened up and the booklet removed as one of the zip ties had been clipped at the bottom. It made me think that this was a return and they didn't realize something was missing. Not cool. I also find it weird that color options costs are varied so much with this product. Why should a red one cost $30 and the grey one closer to $50. I guess the Grey ones must be rare or endangered. Are they made differently as in stronger? Makes you wonder. The instructions I found on line state; best results when you are planting the same family of vegi's and then the picture shows tomatoes with lettuce. ? I plan to plant tomatoes with herbs in mine. I'm sure it will be just fine.
Date published: 2019-06-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved it! I live in an apartment, so all of my garden has to be in containers. I purchased this raised bed, as I wanted to get some larger planters so that my plants had more room to grow. I planted two tomato plants (one roma, one better boy), three celery plants, and a few flowers. The plants went *crazy*! I had to buy a bunch of 5' tall bamboo supports so that my plants could hold the weight of all the tomatoes I grew. The celery did really well. I still had them until we had a major ice storm and got down to below 0 with the wind chill. I had my plants covered, but two of the three died. One made it through it all and is still with me now (mid March). I've had the plant almost a year now. The flowers were great for attracting pollinators to my tomato plants. I don't know if they have changed it, but my cover was similar to a plastic bag. I used it at first, but my plants just were not doing well. I took it off and the plants took off like crazy. The cover would just get moved around by the winds we have, which would then damage my small plants.
Date published: 2014-03-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I have purchased 16 of these boxes for my greenhouse. This year I grew greens in it and during th... I have purchased 16 of these boxes for my greenhouse. This year I grew greens in it and during the summer I moved half of them outside. I am not pleased with the cover. The ones ordered came with giant rubber bands and they wore out fast in the greenhouse. I called the store that I bought them from and they sent me a different kind of cover. These covers were fabric style with drawstring. they stayed on but wore out fast. The tube did not stay in well. The reservoir was not stable, they soil went right through the plastic mesh. I am not satisfied with having a large quantity of these boxes. I also use the Earthbox brand, their boxes are sturdy and the city pickers are not great compared to these. I was able to grow plants and I found the instructions a bit vague. Good luck with using the product. hope you have more luck. I will use these in the greenhouse this winter again to give them another try. I will use different soil and take more time to set these up.
Date published: 2017-12-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have purchased 17 City Pickers and have never been disappointed with my harvest. I have grown e... I have purchased 17 City Pickers and have never been disappointed with my harvest. I have grown every type of vegetable and some sugar baby watermelons in them. You need to use the right medium in these type of planters, a POTTING mix or make your own which is cheaper and more cost effective. a great blend is 80% Organic Peat moss 15% Perlite and 5% Vermiculite. Then mix in your Dolomite Lime (Pulverized works best) and add your fertilizer following instructions. The plastic covers everyone hates are better to use than the new Weed cloth tie covers that come with them now. The reason you want plastic is to keep the rain out of your boxes. These containers are designed to regulate water to your plants. If it rains heavy for several days your plants roots will rot and kill your veggies, You want your medium kept moist not soaked. I Buy large roll of HDX mulching plastic cut 2 inches wider on all sides and then i place the weed fabric cover them to hold plastic in place all season (Problem solved with those elastic bands breaking in the sun) then I cut through both layers with box cutter and fold corners under. If you new to the City Pickers, I would suggest only buying up to 3 per year to cut cost as every 5 years your medium will need to be replaced which would pinch the gardening wallet. this way you stagger your costs. I also have Earth box Root planters for my carrots and parsnips since the soil level in these planters wont allow for Nantes Carrots length. I love both City Pickers and my Earth Boxes but These are cheaper when on sale at $19.99 in season so City pickers wins my vote. My oldest boxes (5 years) still look like my new ones So I expect to have for may more years.
Date published: 2019-03-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Almost Perfect This is very similar to an Earthbox and works on essentially the same principle. I own two of these and they are "almost" perfect with one small design flaw to be aware of. The problem is that the drain holes on the sides of the box are too small and they can become clogged up with dirt that manages to work its way into the bottom of the container. My advice is to drill a larger drain hole right through where the original holes are. The Earthbox has VERY large drain holes and water gushes from them to avoid over watering. I discovered the issue with the City Pickers boxes after some strawberries started wilting due to apparent over watering. I did a little investigation and sure enough, the drain hole was completely clogged and the box was practically filled with water. I drilled holes next to the original hole and water GUSHED from them. I will buy more of these in the future but be sure to drill out the overflow hole to make it larger.
Date published: 2012-05-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Be prepared for an abundance of vegetables or fruits! I bought City Pickers because I wanted to grow tomatoes on our patio at our home that had awful soil (rocky, clay, uneven, sloped, etc.) I followed the City Picker instructions to a 't' for prepping for tomato plants. I planted three plants, and their growth rate was incredibly fast! Our harvest that year was 127 tomatoes from three plants that grew to 7-1/2 feet tall. Keep in mind that the planter gets quite heavy once it is filled, watered, and growth starts to take off, but in the beginning stages with rapid Georgia weather changes (including hail storms!) it was easy enough to move in and out of the house to the back patio to prevent damage from hail and high winds. I plan on purchasing at least three more for this growing season and trying other vegetables and fruits. Photos: the initial planting and exactly TWO months later! (April 11th....June 11th)
Date published: 2014-02-07
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