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EarthBox RB-EB-PBB Garden Kit

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Terra Cotta
  • Wheeled garden box growing kit with fertilizer, dolomite, 2 germination covers
  • Great for cultivating vegetables, herbs and flowers on windowsills, decks, balconies, and even indoors!
  • No digging, no weeding, no guesswork
  • Just add planting mix, seedlings and water; includes foolproof instructions
  • Measures 29 by 14 by 11 inches (l x w x h); 2-cubic-foot soil capacity . Item is made of Plastic and color of the item is Terra Cotta
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Product Details

Color: Terra Cotta
  • Product Dimensions: 30 x 15 x 12 inches ; 10 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000JUW8RE
  • Item model number: RB-EB-TRC-PBB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (184 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #878 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Color: Terra Cotta

The patented EarthBox was developed by commercial farmers and proven in the lab and on the farm. This maintenance-free, award-winning, high-tech growing system controls soil conditions, eliminates guesswork and more than doubles the yield of a conventional garden with less fertilizer, less water and virtually no effort! No digging, no weeding, no guesswork. Vegetables, fruits, herbs and flowers grow bigger, tastier and faster in the EarthBox! The EarthBox Garden Kit measures 29"L x 14"W x 11"H and includes fertilizer, dolomite, two germination covers and castor wheels for easy movement. Almost any brand of potting mix for containers or hanging plants will work with EarthBox (not included), which has a large capacity of 2.0 cubic feet. Anyone can enjoy delicious homegrown veggies, fruits, and herbs grown in an EarthBox.


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Customer Reviews

Planted tomatoes in ours and they really produced.
C. Foltz
It is easy to put together and easy to move around with the wheels on it after the plants start growing.
Missy
These Earthboxes are a great and easy way to garden.
S. Rigby

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

210 of 212 people found the following review helpful By NyiNya TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 15, 2010
Color Name: Terra Cotta
I can kill a plant by driving past the nursery. Even mint shrivels when I cast my one good eye upon it. Until I discovered the Earthbox, the only thing growing on my patio was some kind of nasty looking grayish bump that I am praying does not house wasps. It's small, dark gray, about the size of a hand and in the corner of the overhang. If you know what this is and if it is home to a dangerous insect, please speak up. Now. But to return to the Earthbox.

It's not foolproof, you have to put it together and it's not, shall we say, structurally elegant. And after you've put it together, the wheels will fall right off if you lift the box. Getting them back on once you've planted the box requires lots of yelling and a stiff drink. However, when it comes to growing plants, Boy Howdy, it's a winner. I planted tomatoes, scotch bonnet peppers and a small anaheim-stye chile in one box. The other I filled with lavendar, rosemary, basil (also lemon basil and pineapple basil), dill, chives. garlic and oregano. And almost everything thrived. The dill got squooshy and just disappeared one day. I think the Oregano ate it. It has that kind of look, the Oregano does.

The Earthbox is self-watering and self-feeding, a trick children and houseguests might learn. The boxes are compact and take up very little room. After minimal labor and minimal attention (mostly snipping back the herbs and staking the tomato plants) I harvested tomatoes and peppers all summer long, and the peppers are still going strong. Can I tell you how Mother Earthy it makes you feel to serve a Caprese salad with your own basil and tomatoes! Now I want my own buffalo so I can make the mozarella too! Best of all are the herbs. The lavendar and rosemary scent the air and make sitting on the patio like being in a spa.
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By L. Adams on July 12, 2008
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This is my first year using the EarthBox system and I am wonderfully impressed. I will be using this item for many years to come. I did container gardening last year and used many types of containers from standard pots to the upside down garden. I had pretty good results but had a difficult time keeping up with the watering. I didn't know that once tomato plants get large, they are very, very, very thirsty!

I debated between the EarthBox system and another sold by Gardener's Supply. The EarthBox system offered an optional automatic watering system and that was the deciding factor. Set up of the system is pretty simple. Open the box, add good potting mix, water and seeds/transplants. Fertilizer and dolomite are included in the kit. There is a plastic cover (an extra is included) that goes over the box to prevent rain water etc from entering. Since the plants get all of their needed water from the reservoir in the bottom of the box, additional water from above could result in over watering. I started with two boxes and loved the system so much that now I own seven. My deck garden now has tomatoes, eggplants, cantaloupe, watermelon, varieties of peppers, zucchini and butternut sqash. After 4 weeks my pepper plants are taller and healthier than last year's plants at the 12 week mark. They seem to be able to handle most vegetables as I've planted okra and seen others with 6 to 7 ft tall corn and pole beans. I'm not the best when it comes to dealing with bugs and another great benefit is that since they are on my deck, these are bug free.

I also no longer have to worry about uneven watering and taking care of them while I am on vacation. I added the automatic watering system which fills the reservoir whenever it is below the desired level.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By D Leschke VINE VOICE on February 15, 2010
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I have quite a few earthboxes and I'm always ready to add more. Many years ago, before I discovered Earthboxes, I purchased a couple of simiar, but different planters from another source. Those original planters used a heavy capillary mat to wick water into the soil. The capilary mat support eventually collapsed, but the planters are still being used today by my neighbor. I rigged up a support by poking holes in an inverted inexpensive litter tray and placing a brick under the center to support the weight of the soil and plants.

I've found Earthboxes to be superior to those original planters and would be lost in our hot, unforgiving summers without them. Although I have a few raised beds, they never produce as well as veggies I grow in earthboxes.
We still have many of the older ones without casters that are difficult to move, but the newer ones with casters are a dream come true. Now I can roll the maters under some shelter from the scorching sun or position plants as needed to assist nature.

Being able to fill the reservior instead of time-consuming, labor intesive watering duty cuts down on stress the plants experience and saves me time.
Not having to weed endlessly makes gardening a pleasure.
My neighbor and I have both found many methods to replace the elastic covers instead of endlessly purchasing them.
You can purchase dolomite or lime from any garden center, look for deals on good granular plant food and use trash bags or other methods to cover the planters when the covers wear out.
The planters keep right on going, year after year.
Periodically replacing or refreshing the potting soil is beneficial, but aside from the original purchase, the cost of gardening with them goes down over time.
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