Our raised garden beds are made from galvanized steel mesh and geo-fabric. They are durable, lasting 10+ years, lightweight and come rolled up in a bag. Set-up takes just minutes with no tools needed. Garden Circles come in a variety of sizes- 28" wide to 5' wide, and heights- 1'-3' tall.
Every so often we receive questions regarding how our black fabric beds will fair in southern states like Texas and Florida as well as how the UV will affect it. To better meet the needs of our customers we created a bed just for folks, fondly called the "Southern Edition". The Southern Edition is available in the 2 feet tall Round Beds, Add-Ons and the EZ Foldout and is lined with black fabric for increased durability. There is a small mark-up to cover the added expense of the white fabric.
Southern Edition beds are made-to-order. Please expect a week for delivery.
Add-Ons allow you to make your garden beds as long, or as creative as you want. The idea is that you start with a Round Garden Bed and then link Add-Ons together from it. You could do the same thing by just butting full rounds tight together, but this saves a few bucks on materials, and that adds up when you are putting several of these together in some serious yardening or gardenscaping.
Add-Ons are made of the same lightweight, durable materials and come rolled up in a bag. They set up in minutes without tools - just unroll, and fasten to the previous bed with zip ties. The mesh is a galvanized wire for long life and the fabric is a super heavy duty landscape fabric. These beds should last at least as long as a wooden raised bed.
An example with a 5 ft round bed and a 5 ft add-on.
Smaller version for people more concerned about filling them than the bending over.
1 ft garden beds were made because a lot of raised beds are made with wood and are less than 1 ft high to save money and soil. These are basically the same reason we made this version. Plus, ours is more rot resistant than normal wood and doesn't leach and dangerous chemicals like treated wood, and costs way less than cedar. Termites don't eat it. And it ships easier, sets up quicker and without the need for tools.
Originally a manufacturing error when our guys measured to the wrong mark on the table and made some extra small garden beds, we started offering them as show specials when we would vend. They were so popular we decided to keep offering them, but only through our web page and in person. You won't find these at other retail locations.
They may be small (and cute!), but there are a tone of uses for them. People like them because they are a cheap and easy way to try out the whole Garden Circles idea. Other people like them as compost bins. Some people put them inside a 1 ft high, 4 ft diameter Garden Circle to make a two tiered garden, especially for strawberries.
They have even been used to grow potatoes in kinda like the potatoes in a barrel concept.