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Greenes Fence 48-Inch x 96-Inch Cedar Raised Garden Bed
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- Top tier is 10.5 inches high and lower tier is 7 inches high
- Made in the USA from naturally rot- and insect-resistant North American Cedar. The wood is 100% chemical free.
- Boards slide into the corner posts without tools forming a secure garden frame. To install the decorative tops simply use a screw driver.
- Cedar is natural, untreated, unfinished and rough sawn. Finish varies from product image.
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Greenes' 4 ft. x 8 ft. Dovetail Cedar Raised Garden Kit lets you create a gorgeous two-tier flower or vegetable garden with ease. The dovetail joint construction means you won't need tools to assemble the garden frame: Simply slide the boards into place, and you're done. There's never been a simpler or faster way to turn any level outdoor space into the most fabulous garden in the neighborhood.
Top customer reviews
-No tools needed if you leave the caps off (wear gloves, though)
-Relatively quick to assemble
-Less time planning-you don't to plan, cut, haul, visit stores, price wood, etc
-Arrives right at your door
-If you care, no metals or plastics near your veggies
-Versatile, if you buy multiple kits; can expand or replace or add height ...
-The side boards are thin and probably won't last long
-The wood was very roughly cut, and many of the cuts were rough and had shavings in them. Wear gloves, and try to clean out the grooves before sliding in the wood
-If the board gets stuck while you are sliding it in, you need to be careful. I was worried I'd break a piece or two.
-A bit tricky to put together on an uneven surface, but also a bit tricky to move, especially at 8 by 4. I was worried I might break it at built the joints. I built mine on the patio and moved them into the yard. If you have a flat board to put on the grass closer to the destination it might work better.
I built my own large bed a couple of years ago, but it unexpectedly broke (wood split when teenager decided to walk on it). I have a two-year-old, and I don't have a lot of free time without a "helper" to visit hardware stores, price wood, move the carseat in and out to haul long boards, and put it all together. The last one I built broke, and thick, long, solid cedar is pricey. This solution worked for me this time around. As I was putting it together, though, I was wondering if I should have built it myself and put the money into thicker wood.
This was probably the best choice for this time around.
This is a waste of money.
Most recent customer reviews
Frame firmly enough. Tops look nice.Read more