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Frame It All 2-inch Series Composite Raised Garden Bed Kit

Item# 268-ANTH008-1-AF | Model# 300001078 | Added on July 1, 2012 |
Frame It All 2-inch Series Composite Raised Garden Bed Kit
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Dimensions: 192L x 48W x 11H in.38% recycled plastic, 62% sustainable hardwood fibers2-inch kits are made from 2-inch-thick, flat profile boardsModular system for endless design options that may be expandedTimbers will not rot, warp, splinter, or fade64 sq. ft. of planting area. Create your dream garden even in a small space with the Frame It All 2-inch Series Composite Raised Garden Bed Kit - 4ft. x 16ft. x 11in. This large raised bed is reinforced with bracing boards that also divide your garden space into four organized sections. The 11-inch-high stacked side boards give you lots of depth to grow both underground veggies like carrots, as well as tall plants like tomatoes. Plus, pivoting brackets allow you to change the shape of your raised bed from a rectangle to octagon - whatever works best for your space.As your garden needs and expertise grow, you can add on to your modular raised bed any time by purchasing additional 2-inch kits, boards, or brackets to stack or extend your garden. Curved 2-inch boards are also available to incorporate into your design.Frame It AllTaking do-it-yourself landscape design to another level, Frame it All offers professional-quality items at affordable prices. Frame it All's best-selling raised garden bed is perfect for small-space planting, as well as planting flowers, shrubs, or vegetables. Even better, raised bed gardening doesn't require grass or a yard, so you can create a unique, eco-friendly space wherever you see fit, from rooftop to ... read more
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