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The Big Bag Bed Jr. is ideal for growing beans, carrots, cucumbers, cabbage, sweet potatoes, beets, chili peppers, Brussels sprouts, peas and collards.
Want to grow berries? Raspberries, blueberries and blackberries all grow well in the Jr.
Try something different! Gourmet fingerling potatoes love the Big Bag Bed Jr.
Setting up a raised bed garden can be time consuming, back breaking and expensive. The Big Bag Bed is simple to set up, with no installation required. Just unfold, fill and plant! Raised bed kits or purchasing lumber to create a raised bed can cost hundreds of dollars, plus you have to install it. The Big Bag Bed Jr. is very inexpensive and also reusable. Expect at least 3-5 years use with the Big Bag Bed Jr.
The Big Bag Bed Jr. is constructed from the same porous fabric as Smart Pots. This material dissipates excess heat and encourages excess water to evaporate.
The fabric has a unique ability to air prune the roots, enhancing the plants' ability to create strong healthy roots. As roots grow they soon reach the container walls causing the roots to air prune, which also causes a natural, fibrous root structure. In hard sided containers like plastic or wood, these roots immediately start circling. A plant’s roots naturally grow laterally, penetrating the earth for nutrients and water; natural roots do not circle.
I used the Big Bag Bed this summer and I was able to plant 4 okra, 2 tomatoes, and 2 birds-eye chili on it. Read morePublished 2 days ago by TBZulueta
Have two of these this season. Estsoundingly successful. Early season pests like earwigs and sow bugs had a hard time finging their way into them. Read morePublished 8 days ago by christine souza
Easy to set up, needed ~ 6 cu ft of dirt, and the plants are thriving in it. We planted zucchinis, squash and pepper in it and all of them are doing well. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Karishma
I live in AZ. This is a great option for container gardening at a low price. My plants are doing wonderful in them. They have held up to 115 degree heat and monsoons. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Breeja
I bought this to put my tomatoes in so I'd have room in my bigger garden for other vegetables. It was easy to put up and my tomatoes are doing great. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Susan Voorhees