PHI VILLA Raised Garden Bed Elevated Planter Box
Material: Cedar wood
Max. Load: 220 Lb
Base board thickness: 0.4"
Side board thickness:0.6"
Box depth: 8.9"
Why do you need a elevated garden box?
The elevated garden planter is a planting box with legs. With it, you can comfortably garden standing up.
There's no need to bend or kneel to tend to your plants. This is especially helpful for those who want to minimize back strain.
The elevated garden planter has a plastic bottom that holds the soil. You can place the elevated garden planter in an area you couldn't usually have plants.
Popular spots are patios, decks, porches and balconies.
No ground-dwelling pests to nibble plant roots
No rabbits and groundhogs munching on your lettuce
What to grow when elevated raised bed gardening?
Plant an elevated raised bed full of compact vegetable varieties, including tomatoes, eggplants, peppers and carrots.
Or grow an herbal paradise! Basil, creeping thyme, lemongrass, rosemary, and parsley will perform to perfection.
Small-statured berry plants, such as red raspberries, blueberries, and strawberries.
Flowers are another lovely option. Just be sure to include a few trailing varieties to spill over the bed's edge.
How to maintain wooden plant containers?
- Paint the planter if it's unpainted. Repeat when the paint is starting to fall off. Remember to choose one that is safe for plants.
Expect to repeat the procedure every year if your containers are subjected to sun, rain, heat and frost.
- Provide drainage - drill holes in the bottom of the pot if there are none or not enough.
- Add plastic layer inside the planter to protect wooden walls from moisture. Remember to cut holes at the bottom to allow water drainage.