Greenes Fence 2 Ft. X 8 Ft. X 10.5 In Raised Garden Kit, CedarGreenes Cedar Raised Garden Kit 2 Ft. X 8 Ft. X 10.5 In. makes creating a bountiful garden easy. The dovetail joints make frame assembly a breeze: Simply slide the boards by hand into the corner joints for a solid and secure garden frame. Set the frame on any level outdoor space, add soil and plants or seeds, and begin growing the garden you've always dreamed of. Stackable and expandable with other like kits.
Maintenance free. Premium food-grade, BPA free polymer. Made from vinyl. White color. 48 in. L x 48 in. W x 22 in. H (50 lbs.). Assembly Instructions . The attractive Sutton will have you gardening in minutes! Exceptionally simple to assemble, the Sutton raised garden bed gives you the ability to add a beautiful garden to any sized yard. There's no need to till or spend time creating a space - you can easily add a manicured, finished garden anywhere, and the Sutton raised garden bed makes gardening easy- adding soil means your plants always get the right nutrients without any soil amendments, and you'll spend more time enjoying the beauty of your yard- the Sutton minimizes weeding.
A small garden can be beautiful, low maintenance, sheltered, intimate and fun. Good design, both inside and outside the home is timeless and is based on sound principles. Small Space Gardens takes you through the entire planning sequence, providing a progressive organizational sequence that melds interior, exterior and borrowed landscape into an elegant, practical and integrated whole. The first chapter demonstrates how to analyze your existing space what you have in your garden already, what you want to keep and what you will need to introduce, from furniture to lighting techniques to walls and paths. This will help you decide what you want from your garden whether it is an eating area or play zone, herbs or barbeques. It then goes on to look at the planning of your new garden how best to maximize the space that you have. It shows how to use dividers, paths, walls and raised areas to create separate areas and hidden corners. Many people think of plants and planting in the initial planning stages, when in reality it is the spatial framework which must come first. Once this is established, the planting can then breathe life into the garden, and the chapter on planting strategy will help you formulate a considered plan to create color, texture and atmosphere.