Two Inch Series 4 ft. x 8 ft. x 11 in. Classic Sienna Composite Raised Garden Bed Kit 300001091 - Specifications
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Model number: 300001091
Internet number (SKU): 205208840
Availability: in stock
Description Two Inch Series 4 ft. x 8 ft. x 11 in. Classic Sienna Composite Raised Garden Bed Kit - 205208840
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Frame It All – Simple Modular Gardens. The gardens that grow with you. The Two Inch Series 4 ft. x 8 ft. x 11 in. Composite Raised Garden Bed Kit can be used as a stand-alone raised garden bed or as a module to extend any Frame It All Raised Garden Bed System. If you plan to ‘go big’ from the start, the 4 ft. x 8 ft. x 11 in. kit offers better value than purchasing two 4 ft. x 4 ft. x 11 in. kits. If your love of gardening runs deep, you’ll appreciate the extra soil depth the 4 ft. x 8 ft. x 11 in. kit provides. Almost any type of crop will do well in an 11 in. bed – even root vegetables. Frame It All’s patented anchor joint allows installation on hard surfaces (such as rooftops, patios, or decks) and traditional soft surface landscapes. Bold 2 in. profile timbers create more perceived value for your landscaping investment. With 32 sq. ft. of available planting area you’ll find many uses for this versatile kit.
Eco-friendly timbers are made from recycled plastic and natural fibers, no toxic chemicals
Frame It All’s modular system allows endless design options, you can add on or reconfigure your raised garden bed at any time using existing or additional two inch series Frame It All components and accessories
Low maintenance - timbers will not rot, warp, splinter or fade
Composite boards are made from 38% post-consumer recycled plastic and 62% sustainable hardwood fibers
Two Inch Series composite kits are made from 2 in. thick, flat profile boards
Rated 5 out of
Easy to install and put together. Can configure in different...
Easy to install and put together. Can configure in different ways and depths. Grows herbs and veggies nicely.
Date published: 2018-01-09
Rated 3 out of
I purchased these beds nine years ago. They were easy to put together, were very sturdy, and look...
I purchased these beds nine years ago. They were easy to put together, were very sturdy, and looked great in the garden. But there are some downsides. First of all, they are really pricey, and they do not last forever as I had hoped after making such an investment. Perhaps it was because of the environmental effects of sun, summer heat, and cold winters, but after three years, the pressure from the inside from the soil started to warp the boards. They began to bow outwards and gaps started to appear between the upper and lower boards. A few of the boards also became brittle and developed cracks. Last year I finally had to pull them out and replace with cedar boards. The good news was that at least I was able to reuse the corner brackets as well as some of the boards, but the majority had to be discarded. I wish they had lasted longer than they did.
Date published: 2017-05-27
Rated 5 out of
Better than cedar despite the drawbacks
I've had a couple of these 4x8 beds for a few years and other than a little fading they are a good as new.
Simple to set up
Easy to attach poles for cloches
Clearly outlasting my cedar beds
Made in China
Hard to find any information about what the plastic actually is... if it's appropriate for organic gardening or if they are leeching poisons into my soil.
Date published: 2014-11-26
Rated 5 out of
Great addition to the garden
We bought this along with the critter fencing and have been so pleased with how great it has worked. It was easy to setup, and simple to add to our yard. What we like most is that every year we can get more of these kits and ad onto the veggie garden. So far, no half eaten vegetables, and the plants are doing far better than they have in previous years.
Date published: 2017-06-29
Rated 4 out of
The materials were good quality, not great. The plastic boards are hollow and one was slightly d...
The materials were good quality, not great. The plastic boards are hollow and one was slightly damaged in shipping, but putting the damaged part toward the inside hid it under the dirt. The connectors were a little flimsy, but sufficiently strong to keep the boards in place. The screws were a little on the small side, but again, sufficient to hold it all together while we carried it outside and put it in place. Seems like it will hold up for several years, but not quite as sturdy as it looks in the pictures.
Date published: 2017-02-16
Rated 4 out of
I like that the board are a wood/plastic blend. It was easy to put together and it met my expect...
I like that the board are a wood/plastic blend. It was easy to put together and it met my expectations. I have had it about a month and the bush green bean seeds I planted are growing nicely. I did put landscape fabric in the bottom to keep unwanted plants from growing up through the dirt. 10 bags of raised bed soil filled the bed half way.
Date published: 2017-07-04
Rated 4 out of
Order received missing 4 key parts. A phone call to...
Order received missing 4 key parts. A phone call to Frame-It-All resolved the issue and the missing parts were received 2 weeks later. Prior experience with orders of Frame-It-All kits shows that missing parts in stacked kits is not unusual, but the company usually makes good on the missing and/or shipping damaged items in short order.
Date published: 2017-06-26
Rated 2 out of
This kit is very poorly constructed. I even went with the bigger size boards and there were still...
This kit is very poorly constructed. I even went with the bigger size boards and there were still cracked boards in the box. Home Depot replaced them-no problem-but I wish they would go back to the vendor that they carried a couple years ago-the quality was much better.
Date published: 2017-06-20