The 8 x 8 fort knox Raised Garden Bed
The 8' x 8' Fort Knox Raised Garden Bed is a stylish choice for any garden. The multi-level design is intended to accommodate a wide range of plants as it gives options for deeper root depths. The multi-level design means that you can grow a variety of plants, and the deep root depths are ideal for taller plants. The garden bed assembly is super easy – just snap and stack and your garden is good to go! The Fort Knox design allows for 48 square feet of growing space too!
Animal Fence & trellis gardening
One of the many benefits of having a garden is that you get to enjoy fresh, healthy vegetables that you've grown yourself. But if you don't take steps to protect your garden from animals, all your hard work could be for nothing. Our Animal Barrier Kit is an easy and effective way to keep your garden safe. The animal barrier will keep out rabbits, deer, and other pests. Our Terrace Connectors will allow you to install the barrier even across different terraced sections.
A Veggie Wall Kit is a great way to increase your growing space while maintaining the same garden footprint. A trellis addition opens the door to growing vertical plants like beans, tomatoes, and vine crops. The best part is, the kit is completely modular with our raised garden beds so you can add and connect as many veggie wall kits as you want. They even stack on top of our animal barrier kits too!
composting with worms
The Worm it All Composter is a great way to enhance your soil while reducing your impact on the environment. By adding green scraps to the composter, you attract worms that break down the organic material and release nutrients into the soil. This process helps to improve soil structure and fertility, making it ideal for raised garden beds. In addition, the composter is compact and easy to use, meaning you can have a healthy lawn without taking up valuable space in your yard. With the Worm it All Composter box, you can have a beautiful garden that is good for the environment and good for your plants.
insulating garden beds
As any gardener knows, proper soil is essential for growing healthy plants. Not only does it provide nutrients and support for roots, but it also helps to regulate moisture levels and prevent weed growth. However, soil can also be quickly eroded by wind and extreme temperatures, damaging plant life and making it difficult for new seedlings to take root. One way to help prevent soil erosion is to use insulating boards. Our composite boards trap air and act as insulation, keeping the soil at a moderate temperature. As a result, the soil is less likely to freeze or dry out, and new seedlings are more likely to take root. As a result, they can play an essential role in maintaining a healthy garden.
How to square foot garden
Square foot gardening is a great technique that can be used with raised garden beds to great effect. This type of gardening involves dividing the growing area into small square units, with each unit containing a different type of plant. This system is ideal for small spaces, as it allows for maximum efficiency in terms of both space and resources. Additionally, square foot gardening makes it easy to keep track of plants and to ensure that they are getting the proper amount of water and nutrients. With a little planning, square foot gardening can provide a bountiful harvest of fresh fruits, vegetables, and herbs.
A NOTE FROM ANTHONY ON THE DESIGN OF THIS PRODUCT:
“I have always loved spending time in my garden, and this corner garden is one of my favorites. The multi-level design gives you several options for different root depth requirements. I love spending time in this garden, because it feels like a little oasis in the middle of the backyard. Whenever I need a break from the hustle and bustle, I can come here and relax surrounded by nature." – Anthony
Fort Knox Parts List: Design A
for SKU's: 800001021, 800001022, 800001023, 800001024, 800001025
Fort Knox Parts List: Design B
for SKU's: 800002021, 800002022, 800002023, 800002024, 800002025
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