The walk-in 6 x 8 cumberland Raised Garden Bed
The 6’ x 8’ Walk-in Cumberland Raised Garden Bed is an efficient design that offers a lot of customization options. Surround the garden bed with Animal Barriers to keep the local wildlife out or install veggie walls to grow cucumbers, beans, or tomatoes. The walk-in section allows for easy access to your entire garden from one central point too!
The hollow, composite boards used in this garden are great for two reasons. First, the boards are extremely lightweight for their size. This makes them easy to carry and maneuver into place. Second, the hollow profile traps air and insulates the soil of your garden bed. This helps to keep the roots of your plants warm in winter and cool in summer. The result is a healthier garden that is better able to withstand extreme weather conditions. In addition, the composite material is also very durable and low-maintenance, meaning that your garden will require less work to keep it looking its best.
trellis gardening & vermicomposting
Have you ever wanted to grow your own veggies, but were worried about lack of space? Well, worry no more! The Veggie Wall Kit is a tool-free trellis that installs into the joints of any Frame it All composite raised garden bed. With this handy trellis, you can grow climbing veggies like beans, cucumbers, and squash up and off the ground - perfect for small spaces! And because it's made from weather-resistant materials, you can leave it out in the garden all season long. So whether you're a veggie lover or just trying to save some space, the Veggie Wall kit is a must-have for any gardener.
Vermicomposting is a great way to enhance the soil of your garden bed. With our Worm it All Composter you can take the hassle out of composting your garden. This composter inserts directly into the soil of your garden bed, where worms then eat their way through your kitchen scraps, leaving behind a nutrient-rich castings that act as a natural fertilizer for your plants. The Worm it All composter is easy to use and maintain, and it's a great way to reduce your waste and help your garden thrive.
square foot gardening method
If you're looking for a way to be more efficient with your raised garden bed, try the Square Foot Gardening technique. This gardening method was created by Mel Bartholomew in the 1970s, and it is based on the idea of dividing your growing space into square feet. You can then plant one type of vegetable per square foot. This method has many benefits, including the fact that it helps to prevent overcrowding and makes it easy to keep track of your plants. Additionally, square foot gardening can help you make the most of the space that you have. If you're interested in trying this gardening technique, there are many resources available online or at your local library.
design it your way
Looking to add a little something extra to your garden? Check out Design it All, our 3D design tool that lets you customize your garden however you want! With Design it All, you can add any Frame it All accessory kit to this design or even create your garden from scratch. Plus, our design team is always available to answer any questions and help you create the perfect garden for your home. Find the dimensions of your custom garden BEFORE ordering so you can take the guessing out of planning.
A NOTE FROM ANTHONY ON THE DESIGN OF THIS PRODUCT:
“The Cumberland was a design I made to offer our customers an option that wasn’t as space-demanding as other walk-in designs like the Jumbo-U. You still get all the benefit and options of our other walk-in gardens but in a smaller footprint!" – Anthony
Walk-In Cumberland U-Shape Garden Parts List: 1 Level
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Walk-In Cumberland U-Shape Garden Parts List: 2 Level
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Walk-In Cumberland U-Shape Garden Parts List: 3 Level
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Walk-In Cumberland U-Shape Garden Parts List: 4 Level
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