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Square Foot Gardening Kit

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This kit has everything (except the soil) you need to get started on a lush, productive 4'x4' raised bed; that's 16 sq ft of vegetables, fruit and herbs, right in your own backyard. A smart choice for both beginners and gardeners who want to expand garden space quickly and easily.
  • Composite lumber boards are weather-resistant and rot-proof
  • Assembled bed is 4' x 4' x 6"H
  • 24-1/2 lb
Note: Soil not included.
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SQUARE FOOT GARDENING KIT DESCRIPTION
Just assemble the frame with weed barrier, fill with soil mixture, add a grid on top and start planting. No tools or digging required. Raised-bed gardening maximizes space and drainage, minimizes weeds and provides easy access on all four sides.
  • Kit includes 4 boards (46"L)
  • 4 corner connectors; gardening grid; and weed barrier
  • Simple assembly instructions and suggested plantings for spring, summer and fall gardens included

Customer Reviews of Square Foot Gardening Kit
Product Rating: 4.2 out of 5.0(6 reviews)
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- 6/7/2012
said: Mary
"I ordered it and within a couple of days I received this kit. It didn't take long to set it up. The little snap fit tabs that attached the grid holes together were good, but it took a little time to figure out how they fit together. One of the panels was actually put in inside out since the corners didn't seem to slip in too easily in the right way so I had to flip it over. Not too worried about that. I did have to buy professional mix soil from one of the hardware stores in my city. My garden is about 50 percent filled in with my vegetables. I also got some chicken wire and some steel posts to keep out the little puppy in my life. Altogether a great experience!"
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- 5/9/2012
said: Pamela
"I have 8 of these in use already & LOVE them. The composite material is tough & rot-proof (my first ones were pine & started disintegrating at 1 year) Easy to assemble, just fill with "Mel's Mix" or potting soil so NO WEEDS to pull. Would recommend the Square Foot Gardening Book for details :) Raised beds tend to need more watering than non-raised beds, so watch for that."
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- 5/10/2011
said: travelingmamma
"This is a WONDERFUL set. A great way to garden and the kit slips together very easily. I've seen similar sets for twice the price, so was happy to find these. I ordered 2 for myself and we liked them so much I ordered 2 for my daughter - and then 2 more for us! The little pegs do not hold very well, but we just used small twigs to hold the grid together. Highly recommended."
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- 4/30/2013
said: Anonymous User
"Bought 2-one didn't come with the dividers-waiting to see how this is resolved-the product is a good value-now lets hope customer service is also."
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- 3/21/2012
said: Judy
"This couldn't be easier to put together, so I think it's well worth the cost even though it's very basic. I like that the grid can be removed so easily, unlike build-your-own where the grid is permanent. The pegs holding the grid snap together, and it takes a LOT of strength or a pair of plyers to snap them together, but then I think they will hold okay. And yes, it's important to note that this kit does not include the soil. Shipping with the soil would be very expensive, so I'd just as soon go out and buy my own garden soil or topsoil if I can't dig it up in my own yard."
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- 4/8/2011
said: Patricia
"I was really excited about this but...It doesn't include the soil, :( is just the frame, kind of pricey in my opinion...(is not "everything you need ..." as you said)"
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