Wooden Planting Bed, Raised Garden Bed, Natural Wood Divisible Planter Box for Patio/Yard/Greenhouse/Home, Planting Vegetable/Flower/Greens Planting
About this item
- Selected materials: This garden bed is made of non-toxic fir wood without painting. The boards are well sanded to prevent any undesired injury caused by wood splinters. 1.5cm/0.6″ thick solid wood boards are joined and fixed by screws, making it a durable piece for your long-term use.
- Multifunctional: This garden planter is separated into two growing areas for different plants or planting methods. The baffle can be removed to form a bigger growing area. You can also buy several garden beds to design and build your dream garden.
- Useful & practical: With this plants box, you can cultivate plants like vegetables, flowers, or herbs in your patio, yard, garden, and greenhouse, making it more convenient to manage. Yaheetech large raised garden bed provides ample growing space for your plants.
- Simple assembly: This divisible garden bed is built in a simple yet stable structure by heavy-duty screws and tight connection piece by piece. It is very easy and quick to put them together. The accessories and instructions are included.
- Low maintenance required: Due to non-toxic fir wood, our high-quality garden bed planter is built to last for years even without much care and maintenance.
- Material: Fir Wood
- Color: Natural Wood
- Dimension: 245.5 x 62.5 x 27cm/ 96.7 x 24.6 x 10.6inch (L x W x H)
- Wood Board Thickness: 1.5 cm/ 0.6″
- G.W.: 10.39kg/22.9lb
Q1: Do you need to put something on the bottom or can you just place it on top of your existing soil?
A1: I placed mine on top of the weed barrier.
Q2: Will this withstand New England winter under snow or should it be disassembled and stored indoors?
A2: It can be put outside as long as coating this wooden raised garden bed patio pavers with varnish for protection.
Q3: Is the wood cedar?
A3: This wooden raised garden bed is made of Fir Wood
Q4: Has the wood been treated for pest, especially termites?
A4: No. You’ll need to use a coat of clear stain or other wood protective finish to slow down the eventual attacks of such ‘wood eaters’.