Toll-Free: 1-888-451-6752

Family Owned - Hassle free Returns - Quick Shipping - Carbon Neutral

McAfee Secure sites help keep you safe from identity theft, credit card fraud, spyware, spam, viruses and online scams

Composite Raised Garden Bed - 4' x 8'

Item #: RVG-REC-WGT-VAL

Our price: $109.95

***FREE SHIPPING***


All-season durable, warp resistant and maintenance-free, this 4' x 8' Raised Garden Bed with 1" Composite Timbers is great for growing healthy organic vegetables. Available in two height options: 6" or 12" tall. read more

Ask a Question About This Product (5)

 

* Required Fields

Available

Ships within 1-2 Weeks

Our price: $109.95



Details

Features & Benefits:

  • Easy to assemble and affordable raised garden bed kit
  • Dimensions: 4' wide by 8' long
  • Choose between 6" or 12" heights
  • Easy to set up in different configurations
  • Includes composite timbers, corner joints and all necessary hardware
  • 5-Year Manufacturer's Warranty

The connecting joints are made of high impact durable ABS plastic resin (100% recycled), and the timbers are made of a blend of wood fiber and UV-protected polypropylene (100% recycled). The timbers go a slightly lighter shade with age because of the wood fiber content.

They are attractive and durable, with an organic texture and color. Plus, unlike pressure-treated wood, there are no dangerous chemicals present in our timbers, so you can grow an organic garden.

The Raised Garden Bed Kit with Composite Timbers system lets you design and build a raised vegetable garden that is rugged, resistant to warping from winter frost, and won't rot from exposure to rain and moisture.

Each timber board is 1" x 6" and 44.5" long which creates a 4 foot span from joint to joint. Color is brown.

Garden assembly involves sliding the timber into the joint, and using the included zinc-plated steel screws to secure the timber in the joint. The Anchor Joints are simply pressed into the ground, and the Stacker Joints slide into the Anchor Joints from above. It is helpful to have a power drill to set the screws.

Warranty

5 Year Manufacturer's Warranty

100% Satisfaction Guarantee

We want you to be completely satisfied with every purchase you make. If you are in any way dissatisfied with a product you ordered, we'll exchange it, replace it or refund your money within 30 days of purchase. Simply email us the problem, and we'll take care of you. Certain products have extended warranties (up to 50 years!) that are listed on the particular product page. Please call us at 1-888-451-6752 if you need further clarification.

Additional Information

Material Composite plastic
Board Thickness 1"
Dimensions 4' W x 8' L (Height: 6" or 12")
Key Feature Rot proof, non-toxic, recycled composite plastic raised garden bed
Assembly TIme 30 Minutes
Origin Made in China

Shipping Information

Shipping Details:
Insured against damage or loss while in transit
This Product Ships To:
US Lower 48
Ships Via:
Fedex or UPS

Questions about the Composite Raised Garden Bed - 4' x 8'

Sort by Descending

5 Item(s)

per page
  • From Jody at 9/21/10 9:18 AM
    • my area is a foundation in the back and one 4' side. 27' x 4' . How much do I purchase? Thanks.
    • This depends on if you want the bed to be one level high (eg 5.5" tall) or two levels high (11" tall). Since the boards come in 4' lengths, your final bed will be 28' long unless you cut some of the boards shorter. To build a 4'x28'x5.5" bed, that will require 16 boards, plus the anchor joints.

      Feel free to call us and we can work together to find the best solution.
    • Do you find this question helpful?  Yes  No
  • From Cindy Korff at 10/4/10 5:10 AM
    • Our school is considering buying the raised garden beds for science/environmental education. Which height should we choose and why that height?

      Thank you!
    • For the composite raised garden beds we find that 12" high is the most popular height for gardeners. This height allows you to garden easily but also have a fairly sturdy bed. When you get higher than 12" you have to be a little bit more cautious about how rough you are with the beds.
    • Do you find this question helpful?  Yes  No
  • From Bill L at 1/3/11 12:43 PM
    • This states that a4x8x12 bed is 125 us$. if i wanted to purchase another to make a 12x5 are these easily joined? What material is this made from ? an what is the materials life span estimated to be? Is there a spec sheet for the material? How are these anchored? Thank You <<<<Bill>>>>
    • Hi Bill,
      The 4 x 8 x 12" composite raised bed is $250. (The 4 x 6 x 6" model is $125.)
      The boards come in 4' lengths so any addition you make must be in intervals of 4'.
      The boards of made of a mix of polyester resin and wood flour. They are hollow with a center support inside. These boards are highly resistant to weather extremes and long lasting.
      Here is a link to the boards with more information.
      The anchor joints and stacking joints are used to connect the corners and add height to the bed.
      Here is a link to the anchor joints, and you can click the Specifications tab for more information.
      http://eartheasy.com/yard-garden/raised-garden-beds-kits-planters/raised-garden-bed-anchor-joints-2-pack
    • Do you find this question helpful?  Yes  No
  • From Douglas Kelly at 4/9/12 9:59 PM
    • Do you recommend these be installed over a concrete slab such as a patio or part of a driveway?
    • A raised bed can be assembled over a concrete surface but you will need to attend to drainage. If the concrete is coarse, like aggregate finish concrete popular on many decks, then water will drain below the bed sides. Smoother concrete surfaces may require that the sides be blocked up 1/4". Also, any drained water will have dirt residue and over time this will stain the concrete. You can remove the stain with a stiff broom of power wash from time to time. And be sure that the concrete drains away from the home. This is usually the case.
    • Do you find this question helpful?  Yes  No
  • From Linda at 4/15/12 12:10 PM
    • I live in an area that I have ground Squirrels and gofers is there any protection on the bottom to keep these pest from coming through the bottom?
    • Raised beds are open on the bottom. If you need to protect against burrowing pests, you can lay a piece of 1/2" galvanized mesh on the ground below your bed. For best results, cut the sheet 6" longer and wider than the bed, and bend the edges up 3" all around. Then staple the folded edges to the inside of the bed near the bottom.
    • Do you find this question helpful?  Yes  No

5 Item(s)

per page

Ask Your Own Question





  • No-hassle, 30 day returns
  • No sales tax
  • Quick shipping
  • Secure shopping (SSL, PCI, McAfee Secure)
  • In business since 2000
  • Member of Better Business Bureau, Green America, and US EPA Watersense
  • Carbon-neutral, Family-owned business that promotes sustainability!

Customer Reviews

Sort by: Ascend sorting
Quality

thank you for your help

By Penny on 2/22/11

I wnat to say that your customer service person was very knowledgeable about gardening and raised beds and I really needed the help! The beds arrived yesterday,and we put them together already! We're renting and these will be easy to take apart when we move. They also look beautiful and bring some much needed order to the yard!!

Share this review
Do you find this review helpful?  Yes  No 
(391 of 817 people found this review helpful)
Inappropriate review? Report it
Quality

versatile

By JRoberts on 11/17/10

Last weekend my wife took one of our raised beds apart (we have three of these composite beds with the corner joints) and reconfigured it to be taller but not as long. She did not need my help! This is good, very good.
I think this is a very well designed product and lets people change their garden around without having to buy anything new.

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

Share this review
Do you find this review helpful?  Yes  No 
(429 of 843 people found this review helpful)
Inappropriate review? Report it
Quality

ok for the weedeater

By tomas on 11/15/10

These beds are not cheap so I expected a good product.
The plastic wood boards are hollow so you have to be careful when using the shovel inside the bed. I think the shovel would break into the plastic boards if you struck them hard.
On the positive side, when I ran the weedeater to cut the grass in front of the beds, there is no scarring of the boards from the whip.
The beds look real nice too.

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Likely

Share this review
Do you find this review helpful?  Yes  No 
(454 of 878 people found this review helpful)
Inappropriate review? Report it
Quality

they look good and clean up nice

By Edith on 11/15/10

I bought two of these composite plastic raised beds for my condo and am happy with them. They went together easily and they look good.
At my condo, people are not fond of messy gardens. These are very tidy looking and what I like is that after digging and transplanting, you can just spray the beds with the hose to wash the dirt off the sides. They still look like new.

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

Share this review
Do you find this review helpful?  Yes  No 
(458 of 890 people found this review helpful)
Inappropriate review? Report it

Write Your Own Review

You're reviewing: Composite Raised Garden Bed - 4' x 8'

How do you rate this product? *

1 star 2 stars 3 stars 4 stars 5 stars
Pros Cons
Enter your Pros, separated by comma Enter your Cons, separated by comma

4' x 8' x 12" Composite Raised Garden Bed Click to Enlarge
4' x 8' x 12" Composite Raised Garden Bed 

More Views

  • 4' x 8' x 12" Composite Raised Garden Bed
  • 4' x 8' x 6" Composite Raised Garden Bed
  • 1" Composite Timber
People who purchased this item also purchased:
  • EPA WaterSense Partner
  • Privacy Guaranteed
  • Better Business Bureau Members
  • Terrapass Carbon Balanced
  • Green America Co-Op Members
  • major payment methods accepted