Frame-It-All 8 x 8 Recycled Resin Raised Garden BedItem#: HN-VHB016
- Certified all-"green" plastic timber material of
- Post-consumer polyethylene and 100% natural fibers
- Will never warp or rot
- Neutral tan color that blends with the outdoors
- Improves drainage and soil conditions for healthy growth
- Intended for outdoor use
- 8 ft. L x 8 ft. W x 12 in. H
8 Anchor Joints, 8 Stacking Joints, 16 Timbers
You won't need a green thumb to grow a thriving crop of vegetables with the Frame-It-All 8 x 8 Recycled Resin Raised Garden Bed. The elevated height improves drainage and allows for a deeper topsoil layer, promoting healthy plant growth, while durable construction of recycled composite plastic encourages eco-friendly gardening. Certified "all-green" material consisting of post-consumer polyethylene and 100% natural fibers - it really makes a difference in going green! This kit includes 16 timbers and all necessary hardware, from anchor joints to stacking joints that let you customize your planter's height. A 5-year warranty against defects ensures that these versatile pieces won't rot or be worn down by the weather, and their solid borders give your lawn a landscaped look that won't require hours of backbreaking labor.
8 ft. Planter
- 8 ft. L x 8 ft. W x 12 in. H
- Weight: 100 lbs.
About Frame It All
Made by Scenery Solutions, the Frame It All system is a simply designed, durable wrap-around landscaping system. Warp-resistant wood is crafted into easy-to-assemble pieces that come together to create raised flower beds, vegetable gardens, playground borders, landscape edging, and more. Since 1987, the professionals behind the Scenery Solutions company have been working to develop products and systems to improve your outdoor space and increase comfort and productivity in the garden. The Frame It All system may be the most versatile solution available when it comes to innovative, attractive design elements in your home or yard.
Dimensions & Specifications
5 Years Against Defects
60% Recycled Polyethylene and 40% Wood Fiber
- Easily move dirt, tools or other items in your yard
- 5.5 cubic feet capacity
- 0.875-inch steel tube frame and high strength plastic body
- Pneumatic tires with steel wheels
- Choose between 400-lb. or 250-lb. load capacity
- Kick stand keeps the cart level in the sitting position
- Easy sweep front for convenient loading and unloading
- Limited 90-day warranty
- 1-inch steel tube frame with painted green finish
- 10-inch pneumatic tires- perfect for outdoor terrain
- Contoured tractor seat for ergonomic comfort
- Handy tray for gardening tools beneath seat
- 300-lb. weight capacity; weighs 34 lbs.
- Measures 32.5L x 17W x 18H inches
- Durable resin construction
- Mounts to wall
- Elevated reel
- Use lever to wind hose
- Stores 100 feet of hose
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- Attractive Design
- Easy to set up
- Solid design
- Very well built
- Weather Resistant
- Outdoor Plants
Comments about Frame - It - All Frame-It-All 8 x 8 Recycled Resin Raised Garden Bed:
We are new to gardening. A raised bed was exactly what we wanted. The product arrived well packaged and opening the boxes it was clear this was a quality item.
Step one was to decide how to lay out the shape. We ended up doing a really cool shape out of the natural landscape of our backyard. Sort of a diamond shape with a small square sticking out of one side. We made the main diamond shape two levels high, and the small square only 1 level high. It gave it a great look. We spend quite a bit of time playing with different ideas until we found a perfect layout for it.
The area we built this was fairly level to begin with, so we simply used a garden rake to level out the dirt around the area. Starting with the bottom row, we leveled out each piece. After the leveling, the rest was as easy as lincoln logs.
Couple of tips: Dont pound in the stakes all the way into the ground at first. Leave them sticking up. As you put together each piece, as you come to connecting the entire thing, we had to shimmy a couple of them around to line up correctly. This was easy. Another tip: Dont screw the boards into the brackets until you are totaly finished.
One last tip: Don't leave the boards out in direct sunlight while your doing this. I had a couple get really hot, then bent a bit - however this was no big deal at all cause it easily went back into shape with a slight pull. But for the next person, leaving them in the shade is a better idea.
After we got it all done, the next step was calling for 2 yards of dirt. It got dropped off in the driveway and we had to wheel barrel it one load at a time down to the new garden. That was a lot of work.
The entire project, including dirt, planting and mulching took the entire afternoon. Most of the time was spent on deciding the layout, and moving dirt. It was a full day project.
The end result is great. We love it. We added some solar lights to it and the final look was exactly what we wanted.
It is very clear this product is high quality and it will last. We looked at some local options and it all looked like it would rot away easily. Not this stuff, this stuff is built to last.