For 2 the price drops to £23.95 per unit for 3 or more the price drops to £22.95 per unit
This grow bed has an internal capacity of 237 litres and is ideal for growing such crops as potatoes, carrots, onions, cabbage and more.
Four black panels are connected in each corner, complete with covers. This creates a sturdy frame which can be cleaned, disassembled and stored away for future use. Also grow beds can be stacked on top of each other interlocking firmly into place or extension kits will double the size of your existing grow bed, creating a larger surface area.Please note that the grow bed has no floor and the extension kits can only lengthen and will not widen your grow bed any more than the original 97.5cm (note: the canopy cannot be used with the extension kit)
When combined with the rigid aluminium canopy support, the grow bed can be used with canes, netting or cord to grow climbing/tall crops such as beans, peas and tomatoes. Also suitable for polythene sheeting to help protect from pests and frost.
Dimensions With Canopy100(H)x97.5(W)x97.5(L)cm (39.3x38.4x38.4ins)
"perfect just as described, already in use"
Reviewed Wednesday, 18 April 2018
"Robust and quality product."
Reviewed Wednesday, 14 March 2018
"Larger than I thought and took me a while to put together as plastic stakes were hard to push right in to corners to attach it together"
Reviewed Wednesday, 26 July 2017
"The grow beds look great, we have had many positive comments from neighbours and friends, we would definitely recommend this product"
Reviewed Monday, 10 April 2017
Reviewed Sunday, 29 May 2016
"Good product looks good in situ and stronger than expected"
Reviewed Wednesday, 13 May 2015
"exactly as stated"
Reviewed Tuesday, 8 July 2014
"EASY TO PUT TOGETHER - VERY HIGH QUALITY PRODUCT - I FEEL IT WILL LAST FOR YEARS! MARVELLOUS!"
Reviewed Thursday, 26 June 2014
"Really please with how easy the raised bed was to put together and it also looks good"
Reviewed Saturday, 31 May 2014
"Very pleased - easy to construct and ready for filling!"
Reviewed Tuesday, 11 March 2014