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This raised bed garden boasts universal design elements including a roomy, stone paver path and four raised beds (4 x 4-feet each) for easy-to-reach, back friendly gardening. Extra wide edges on the beds offer a spot to sit and relax. A shade screen helps tender young plants acclimate to the outdoors, and a wood and rope trellis gives scrambling vines some vertical support. There's even a handy place to store tools and gloves. It's sure to fit all your gardening needs.

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Easy Growing Raised Garden Beds
These four square raised beds give gardeners easy access for growing and tending fresh herbs, vegetables and flowers. Extra wide edges provide a place to sit and relax.









Rope and Wood Trellis
Made with weather-resistant wood and rope, this 4-foot-tall trellis adds vertical interest as well as support for climbing plants.









Quick and Easy Raised Bed Garden Kit
Snap, stake and start growing with a Suncast Garden kit. Resin panels make the raised beds durable and maintenance free.









"Made In the Shade" Screen
Young transplants and seedlings need protection from the harsh sun. This easy-to-make, removable shade screen protects tender flower and vegetable plants while they acclimate to the outdoors.







   

Wide and Roomy Path
A roomy path between the raised beds makes it easy-to-maneuver while gardening. The textured surface of the paving stones (#287000) is wheelchair-friendly and also prevents slipping when wet. Click here for a video on designing a patio or walkway.

What a great idea! First Class Garden Storage
A mailbox (#89311) attached to the side of a raised bed keeps pruners, gloves, twine and trowel within easy reach.

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  • Publish Date: 02/23/2010