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# Questions and Answers for Pavestone RumbleStone 98 in. x 49 in. x 10.5 in. Greystone Concrete Raised Garden Bed

## Store SKU #1000318048

• Layer-by-layer, no-cut instructions make assembly fast and easy
• Mortarless construction using heavy-duty construction adhesive
• Ship to Home Delivery is curbside drop off only

23Questions
Q:Are the materials safe for use in a vegetable garden ? eg BPA and toxic chemical free?
by|Jul 8, 2018

A:  They are safe. We use them for vegetable gardens regularly. Thank you for your inquiry!

by|Jun 14, 2020
Q:Do i only need 1 pallet to create the look in the picture?
by|Apr 16, 2018

A:  Yes its enough.

by|Sep 25, 2021

A:  This project can be ordered on HomeDepot.com or you can go to your local Home Depot and purchase the pieces individually. 42 Large: 7 in. L x 10-1/2 in. W x 3-1/2 in. H 36 mini: 7 in. L x 3-1/2 in. W x 1-3/4 in. H

by|May 18, 2019
Q:can I adapt this bed to 11 ft long x 6ft deep x 2.5 ft h and if so how many pallets would i need. I would like to make this be in a [____________] shape but I'm having a hard time figuring out the inner dimensions. It would be 11 ft in the back 6 ft long on both sides and 4 ft at both sides with a 3 ft inner cut in the front. So I will be able to get to the entire bed standing in the 3 ft cut. I know this is probably confusing so i appreciate any help in determining the amount of stone. Thanks TJB
by|Apr 3, 2018

A:  All RumbleStone pallets have the same volume of concrete: 24,696 cu. in. and the walls will be 7 in. in depth. So if you can estimate the total volume of block in your wall, divide by 24,696 to get the total number of pallets required. For example, a rectangular wall 11' x 6' x 2.5' high would be about 408 in. long x 30 in. high x 7 in. deep = 85,680 cu. in and would require about 3.5 pallets of RumbleStone, total

by|Oct 27, 2023

A:  The rectangular wall 11' x 6' x 2.5' high would be 408 in. long x 30 in. high x 7 in. deep = 85,680 cu. in and would need 3.5 pallets of RumbleStone.

by|Mar 17, 2019
Q:My space is 84 inches long by 44 inches wide, is it possible to rearrange the bricks to suit? Also if i want a higher planter can I buy two raised beds and stack them one on top of the other?
by|Aug 1, 2017

A:  Yes you can move the blocks however you would like. They are not glued/cemented together. You don't want to stack this product too high since they do not have anything holding them to the blocks below.

by|May 4, 2023
Q:Are these blocks safe to use for an organic garden?
by|Nov 17, 2016
Q:How many pieces in this pallet package?
by|Oct 23, 2016

A:  42 Large: 7 in. L x 10-1/2 in. W x 3-1/2 in. H 36 mini: 7 in. L x 3-1/2 in. W x 1-3/4 in. H

by|May 4, 2023
Q:Does this raised garden bed come in any other size - like larger?
by|Apr 22, 2016

A:  The kits shown are the designs currently available.

by|May 3, 2023
Q:Hi, does this kit require adhesive in between the layers? If so, does the kit include the adhesive?
by|Aug 10, 2015

A:  Yes, I used a masonry adhesive between the layers. It’s been 3 tough, cold, icy winters here in upstate NY and the stones havenMt shifted a millimeter.

by|Sep 6, 2019

A:  It does not include adhesive, and we didn't need it.

by|May 5, 2023

by|Apr 26, 2020

A:  Yes, I'd highly recommend it. I used it between courses and it has held extremely well. I used masonry adhesive, also known as landscaping adhesive.

by|Apr 24, 2020

A:  You do not have to use adhesives between every layer; I would use it on the final two layers. The kit doesn’t come with adhesive. Pavestone recommends the Quikrete Construction Adhesive.

by|May 3, 2023
Q:I want to use pave stone for building the wall and garden bed, but do not want to have them into two different colors. What is the different between pave rumble-stone gray and pave rumble-stone in sierra? Thank you, Tami
by|May 12, 2015

A:  The Greystone only has gray earth tones like natural rock and Sierra Blend has a blend of Red, Buff and Charcoal.

by|Sep 25, 2021