SET OF 2 Timberlane Gardens Easy Raised Garden Bed Kits. Double Deep. Western Red Cedar. Mortise & Tenon. 2' W x 4' L
Includes four separate beds or stack them as two 12" double deep beds. Joining brackets included. Deep beds allow more planting in a smaller space, such as Square Foot Gardening.
Raised garden bed kit dimensions: 2 feet wide x 4 feet long (6 inches deep) and 2 feet wide x 4 feet long (6 inches deep). Depth is 12 inches when stacked. 5/8" thick.
Constructed of sustainably managed Western Red Cedar (Rough Sawn). 100% natural and chemical free. Mortise and Tenon joinery. Simple, no tool and splinter free assembly. Easy to transport. Two beautiful, double deep gardening beds. Use as four separate beds or stack them as two 12" double deep beds. Joining brackets included. Deep beds allow more planting in a smaller space, such as Square Foot Gardening.
Made of highly revered and durable Western Red Cedar. The Hand Crafted Mortise & Tenon joints are the strongest available, while adding Old World style & charm. Extremely durable and easy to assemble, they will last for many years. Made in America with American materials.
*Inner (planting) dimensions are a bit smaller due to the mortise & tenon joints.
-Raised Garden Bed Kit Proudly Made in Homer Glen, Illinois USA.
-Constructed of Select Western Red Cedar. Aromatic and Naturally Insect & Rot Resistant.
-Handcrafted Mortise & Tenon Joinery. The Strongest Corner Joints Available.
-Easy to Assemble in Seconds, No Tools Required. Perfect for a Children's Garden. Splinter Free!
-100% Natural and Chemical Free. Safe for Vegetables and Best for Organic Gardening.
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Awesome product. Very easy to assemble. Bought them again!
Thanks for the raised beds
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These were super easy to put together but if you are stacking them a power drill is useful. They look beautiful.
These are great raised beds. I love them because they are so low-tech and simple to assemble. They have hardware to link them together when you double up on them, by we find that gravity serves the purpose well. Of course if I had kids playing kickball near them I'd use the hardware, but I don't.