Made from 100% recycled plastic – these raised beds have been given a deceptively realistic, decorative wood-effect finish. The plastic panels are both UV and weather resistant for maximum durability. Each 25cm high panel has been designed to look like two wood panels stacked together.
Maximum flexibility – the raised bed are stackable, allowing you to make raised beds as tall as you need for the plants you’re growing. This also means that you can make a growing space which you can tend without having to bend or kneel. You could even stack the raised bed panels to make a compost bin if required.
Panel Dimensions :
Each raised bed kit consists of 6 panels and plug connectors. Each raised bed, when built is
3ft 1½in / 95cm wide
3ft 7in / 110cm long
10in / 25cm total high (each 25cm high panel has been designed to look like two wood panels stacked together).
Please Note - the photographs show more than one kit being used. They are designed to show you the effects you can achieve when stacking the raised beds.
Supplied for simple self-assembly, no tools required. The raised bed panels have interlocking ends which are securely held in place with plug connectors which fit down the full depth of each panel. When stacking the panels one on top of another they will securely click together creating a stable structure.
Despatched Direct From The Manufacturer :
Please allow 5 -7 days for delivery.
to see instructions for assembling these Ergo Raised Beds.Click here
to see line drawings of these Ergo Raised Beds. How To Fill Your Raised Based . . . to achieve maximum growing success
This simple recipe of layers is based on you having a raised bed built to be 2ft 5½in / 75cm high.
First – create a ‘rodent guard’ at the base of the raised bed using a fine wire mesh which they won’t be able to chew through.
Second – a layer of tree and brush cuttings approx. 8in / 20cm high. This layer should consist of roughly chopped twigs and branches which will leave lots of air pockets for goods air circulation within the raised bed and will encourage layers of materials above to rot down successfully and provide nutrients to your plants.
Third – a layer of green waste approx. 4in / 10cm high. This layer can be made up of a mix of garden waste including leaves, grass cuttings, small prunnings, straw etc. This layer will rot down into the layer below it.
Fourth – a layer of garden soil approx. 4in / 10cm high.
Five – a layer or mature compost (or a mixture of compost and soil) approx. 4in / 10cm high.
Six – a layer of good quality growing compost approx. 6in / 15cm high. This layer will take you to the top of the raised beds and is where you will plant your seeds, seedlings or small plants ready to grow.