Internet #203006456

Model #RGBT 48-95

48 in. x 95 in. x 19 in. Raised Garden Bed

  • Made from western red cedar that is fire resistant and durable
  • Dovetail design offers tool-free assembly that helps save time
  • Elevation of the bed helps in managing the garden conveniently
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Product Overview

The Gronomics Raised Garden Bed is the ideal planter for novice and hobby gardeners alike. Raised garden beds are ideal for small plots of vegetables and/or flowers. With these beds you eliminate tilling, soil amending, and minimize weeding. They are quick and easy to assemble plant and maintain. Easily adapt square foot gardening techniques to these beds. Add an optional trellis this will save space and maximize your growing area and production. The Trellis is great for growing peas, pole beans, cucumbers, morning glory, or any variety of vegetables and flowers that will climb. Beautify your garden today with a raised garden bed.
  • Exclusive 5-year warranty
  • Tool-free assembly, dovetail design slides together in minutes
  • 100% western red cedar
  • Unfinished
  • Soil capacity: 39.2 c.f.

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Price
$22400
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$47975
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Ratings
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MaterialConcreteWoodWoodWood
ShapeSquareRectangularRectangularRectangular
Container Height (in.)20191919
Container Length (in.)48959595
Container Width (in.)32483448
Raised Bed FeaturesExpandable,Multiple Tiers,TrellisNo Addional FeaturesNo Addional FeaturesNo Addional Features
Number of Tiers4
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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Height (in.)
19
Container Length (in.)
95
Container Width (in.)
48

Details

Color Family
Brown
Color/Finish
Natural Western Red Cedar Unfinished
Material
Wood
Product Weight (lb.)
75
Raised Bed Features
No Addional Features
Returnable
180-Day
Shape
Rectangular

Questions & Answers

32Questions19Answers

why is the soil capacity only 12 cu ft? If it is 4 feet by 4 feet and over a foot tall I would ex...

Asked by Carolyn November 16, 2020
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Answer

The post's extend beyond the height of the side rails. The soil capacity is 12.9 cu feet for the 48 in. x 48 in. x 13 in. Raised Garden Bed, Model #RGB 48-48

What are the dimensions of the horizontal ?

Asked by DJ April 4, 2020
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Answer

48"Wx95"Lx19"H

What are the dimensions of the lumber, especially thickness of the side wall boards?

Asked by RCB April 3, 2020
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I believe the ones we got were 1" red cedar...

What is the dimensions of the lumber

Asked by Paul42 April 8, 2019
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The boxes that I bought have boards that are 5/8" thick for the panels and the corners are (supposed to be) 4" x 4" but are actually slightly less than that because no 4 x 4 is actually 4 x 4. Same as a 4 x 8 is not really 4 x 8. The boxes were the perfect size for what my client wanted, easy to put together and cost efficient.

How thick are the board?

Asked by Rad December 23, 2018
1
Answer

Dear Valued HomeDepot Customer, We have reached out to the manufacturer and their reply is, 7/8" thick and are 100% Western Red Cedar

I am unable to see inside the box and am wondering whether the bottom is exposed to the earth or ...

Asked by Brent June 25, 2018
1
Answer

The Gronomics Raised Garden Bed bottom is not enclosed. However, bed can be placed directly on the cement slab and a fabric liner can be used to contain the soil from seeping out.

is the wood untreated?

Asked by Laura April 21, 2018
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Answers

Yes, the wood is untreated.

How do I keep the soil in the box on a concrete slab?

Asked by 20461401 March 15, 2018
6
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You are probably an old hand at this by now. but I'll go over some of the options. If you move your planter to a concrete slab you will need to contain it. The easiest way is with a nice thick tarp that you lay inside as if the planter was a pool.Staple (lots of staples) the tarp to the wood to about 2-inches from the top. Don't stretch it, Keep it loose so you can fill it with the maximum amount of dirt. Oops, sorry, SOIL not dirt, Before you start throwing the soil in cut some small drain holes, say 10 or so. Cover the drain holes with a mesh of some kind to keep the soil in. If you want it to drain really good (as in no mess) run small tubes from the drain holes to the edge of the planter and direct the drips to another bed. Mix your soil outside the container so you don't accidently cut more holes in it. One advantage this method has is to let you re-use your soil another year, once it has been steralized. It is very easy to take out the staples, open one end of the planter, and put the used soil in an area where you can work on it. If you didn't want to go to all that trouble, you could just set it up on the concrete and throw the dirt in. It will get messy as water leaches out the dirt and the dirt will stain the wood. And the bugs will get to it easier. But remember, this is gardening. Those plants can take a lot of sub-perfect conditions and still bloom and produce. Oh, one more thing, do something to plan for the neighborhood cats and dogs visiting the garden. (This is one good reason to wear gloves.) An easy trick is to bury strips of chicken wire about a half inch beneath the soil. Cats especially hate that.

Are the boards finished in any way? Are they smooth, so I won't get splinters?

Asked by Evelyn March 11, 2018
3
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Yes, I think they put stain on the boards and they are smooth. I had no problem with splinters

What is the thickness of the cedar boards?

Asked by newgardener February 5, 2018
2
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I would tell you but my garden is under 3' of snow. I think it was about 1/2 -3/4" hope this helps.

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Customer Reviews

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  • 92% recommend this product
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Buy this product if you are able to stain the 19 boards and frame posts, wood glue the dove tails...
Buy this product if you are able to stain the 19 boards and frame posts, wood glue the dove tails and tongue and groove connections, and nail each board to the frame posts. The instructions DO NOT tell you to do any of that, NOR DO THEY EVEN SUGGEST IT, and that's what is most disappointing about this product. The connections are not snug, so if you don't do all of those things I mentioned, you will have a very loose and wobbly garden bed that is susceptible to wear and rot, and if/when you need to move it, the boards will fall out unless you turn it upside down, which takes AT LEAST two people, and each person would have to hold it by the post corners (4 feet apart) because to hold it by the board would mean to put all its weight onto a thin piece of wood that will slide out of the frame posts under its own weight.
by wilsondad17
6 people found this helpful
Super easy to put together. Can't wait to plant my veggies!
Super easy to put together. Can't wait to plant my veggies!
by tsalta
2 people found this helpful
very solid and easy to assemble
I put this together by myself (I'm a smallish woman) in a half hour and was very pleased with the simplicity and quality. It's a bit more expensive than just buying lumber and hardware on your own, but SO much easier.
by citydweller
15 people found this helpful
Just what I was looking for
Very easy to assemble - I purchased eight of them, and will be getting four more either this fall or next spring. I don't have a back yard, just a large front yard that gets lots of sun, so it was important to me to make a vegetable garden look as pretty as possible. The wood was in great condition (sanded smooth, no splits or chips), all of the pieces fit together properly, and I've gotten tons of compliments on them! Now that it's halfway through summer, I can say that these were worth the investment - they make gardening very easy (little to no weeding), they look beautiful, and they're weathering quite nicely.
by trill2017
5 people found this helpful
Didn’t put it up yet but it went together easy...
Didn’t put it up yet but it went together easy and it seems fine
by BOB
Almost impossible to slide the pieces together—we even resorted to...
Almost impossible to slide the pieces together—we even resorted to lots and lots of Vaseline!
by Mel
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser
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Easy to put together. I placed it on a concrete...
Easy to put together. I placed it on a concrete driveway and put 3 inches of gravel for drainage and then a layer of landscaping cloth before the dirt which is why I bought the 19in depth model. I also treated the wood with two layers of Timber Pro UV coating which is an all natural food grade protectant that doesn't need to be reapplied like the Gronomics natural oil treatment. Highly recommended!
by HomeDepotCustomer
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Great box!...
Great box!
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