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EarthBox 1010036 Organic EarthBox, Terracotta
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- Now it's easy to be organic!
- Contains 100-percent organic fertilizer and dolomite
- Same great features as the original earthbox, but with certified organic components
- Garden anywhere--even on balconies, porches, and rooftops
- Anyone can enjoy delicious homegrown veggies, fruits, and herbs grown in an earthbox
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|Item Dimensions||0 x 29 x 0 inches|
|Item Weight||8 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1010039|
|Shipping Weight||8.25 pounds|
Now it's easy to be organic. This EarthBox garden kit contains 100-percent organic fertilizer and dolomite. Same great features as the original EarthBox, but with certified organic components. G-R-O-W…Grow, Grow, Grow. That's exactly what your plants will do in an EarthBox. Poor soil conditions and small backyards are no match for the EarthBox. Now it's easy to garden anywhere-even on balconies, porches, and rooftops. Anyone can enjoy delicious homegrown veggies, fruits, and herbs grown in an EarthBox. A sustainable product that uses less water and fertilizer, the EarthBox will grow bigger and tastier plants faster than a conventional garden-with virtually no effort and zero guesswork. Great results, no matter what color your thumb is. Kit Includes: 1 EarthBox container, 1 aeration screen, 1 water fill tube, 2 reversible B/W mulch covers, casters , organic dolomite, organic fertilizer and instruction sheet. All plastic components are durable, food-safe, and UV-stabilized. Container holds 2.0-cubic, foot of growing media, and reservoir holds 3-gallon of water. Measures 29-inch L by 14-inch W by 11-inch H.
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3/22/12 Edited to add:
It is worth noting that Earthboxes become a bit addictive. After buying one and having such a successful growing season, I have accumulated five more. I find that the price difference between the regular Earthbox and the organic EB fluctuates on Amazon quite drastically. After my initial organic Earthbox purchase, I have purchased a few regular (non-organic) Earthboxes for anywhere from $10-30 cheaper than the organic box and just not used the synthetic fertilizer that comes with it. I bought a 30 pound bag of organic fertilizer at a local nursery for $30, and that bag of organic fertilizer will last me years and years. So it's worked out for me to be cheaper to buy the non-organic Earthbox and not use the fertilizer it comes with. Also, be sure to check out the Earthbox forum on the Earthbox website. It's very helpful and thorough.
If you are disappointed in a growth of a plant, it can be the weather that year, or a variety that does not do well in your area, or a mistake prepping the box and letting the box go dry. I live in Southwest Washington State. We can have wet summers and some long dry summers. I have had disappointing tomatoes some years, some reasons was the plant and some the reason the weather that year was too cool and wet. Don't get discouraged, maybe a different vegetable will grow better in your area.
All I know, I keep expanding with these boxes to get more wonderful tasting vegetables. It is gratifying to pick off the deck, then prep or cook, and eat the vegetable within 1/2 hour and the freshness is nothing you can get from a store or even a farmers market freshness.