Earth Resin Raised Garden Bed Only $19.98 Shipped (Regularly $30)

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Through March 20th, hop on over to where you can score the Emsco Group Earth Resin Raised Garden Bed for just $19.98 (regularly $29.98)!

Plus, My Lowe’s Members can snag free shipping (free to join)!

This garden bed measures 24″ x 20″ x 10″ and features a self-contained watering system which automatically waters your plants and has drainage holes to help prevent over watering. The mulch cover helps prevent weed growth while the aeration screen helps provide a sufficient amount of air to the plant roots.

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  1. Ritika Gupta

    Title says Amazon

    • Jessica (Hip' Sidekick)

      Thanks, Ritika! I updated the post 😊. Have a great day!

  2. Stacy G

    We used one last year and it worked out great for us.
    Tempted in getting another.
    Thank you

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh cool! You’re very welcome! Glad to hear how much you liked yours last year!

  3. Dkmommyspot

    Thanks a lot for the deal. It’s almost a 33% save

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re very welcome! Glad you can snag the savings!

  4. Brittney

    I have three of these and love them! If you’re on the fence – jump over it and snag one!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Awesome! Thanks a ton for the recommendation, Brittney!

  5. Michelle

    I got one of these last year for herbs and it was great. Super low maintenance!

  6. Moneysaver

    Can I keep it in my apartment patio

  7. isha

    How many pepper plants can we plant on this?

    • amber

      I would say 2 max. We did green peppers in one last yr and we planted them in opposite corners and they grew pretty big.

  8. CJJ

    I’m guessing I am the only one who bought them last year and failed miserably with them. (I got one small tomato). I don’t know if they weren’t deep enough for me or what the deal was. The plants were green but lanky and produces leaves but not much veggies. Will try again this year bc I have two of them but any suggestions to help mine thrive?

    • becky

      Maybe your plants weren’t meant for containers? It was my first time last year, and I asked for help at the garden center with what tomatoes would be best grown in containers. I can’t remember the word for it, but one means they grown in clusters (good for containers) and one means they grow all over the place.

      • andrea

        Determinant tomatoes would do best they grow to certain size and need less trellis. Don’t forget to feed your plants. Seaweed kelp liquid plant feed is excellent for container gardening.

    • Heather

      Did you follow the instructions with regard to the soil mixture? That’s a really important piece.

  9. Luwa

    I’m so going to get this. Really want to start a little garden. Eeeek! So excited

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Yay! Hope you enjoy your new garden, Luwa!

  10. Leslie

    I got one of these last year. I planted strawberries, blueberries and cucumbers. I didn’t harvest much. The cucumber plants I ripped out cause they were outta control viney. This year I have half the blueberry bush still alive and all my strawberry plants survived and they have buds. I got these to educate my kiddos and it’s been fun. I highly recommend it!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      SO neat! Thanks for the feedback, Leslie! Good to know how successful these have been for you!

    • Jen

      I believe the spacemaster 80 cucumber variety is a container friendly variety (obviously a hybrid) if you choose to give cucumbers another try. They will still need something to help them climb upwards to conserve space.

    • Matt

      Strawberry plants will get bigger each year, and shoot out runners and create new plants. And for a bush to produce blueberries, you have to have two different varieties of blueberry plants. (unless a nearby neighbor happens to have one). If they don’t cross pollinate, they won’t produce. Just a friendly tip!

  11. Kimsole

    Thanks ! Just bought 2 and bought the recommended fertilizer and garden lime

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Woohoo! You’re welcome!

    • Mary W

      Blueberries like highly acidic soil and NOT lime which is very alkaline! Hope you have not added the lime yet so you can return it for a refund. Contact your county Agricultural Extension Agency for more help. They are really good at this stuff.

  12. Heather

    We got three of these last year, and they were great! One has strawberry plants in it, so we were able to just roll it into our garage for the winter to protect the plants.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh perfect! Thanks for the helpful tip! Such a good idea to bring it into the garage for winter!

  13. Deborah

    Is this online only or in store too? Thanks!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi there! I do find this listed in my store ad. Hope that helps!

  14. Lisa

    Oh I want to try this. What can I grow in it in winter in the garage (very cold midwest winters)- new to gardening and cannot wait to start this year!

    • Lo

      Lettuce, broccoli, cabbage. I believe those are fall/ cool weather crops.

    • Matt

      Pretty much anything that doesn’t “fruit” can be grown in the winter. My kale was burried under 2 feet of snow for almost a week and when the snow melted, the plants were as strong and green as ever! Some cool weather crops actually taste better if the snow has hit them.

  15. M.

    I bought one last year just for herbs and I love it. Planning to get more this year. We covered the plastic container with bubble wrap over the winter and left it on our patio without any problems. My herbs are growing back already!

  16. Drtinsd

    Thank you for posting, I’ve been looking for something like this. Also had no idea about the free shipping for my Lowe’s members. Double thank you!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh perfect! You’re so welcome!

  17. Luna

    Thank you! Bought one to try this year. Hipsters please do post what kind and how to make it a success 🙂

  18. Susie Lichty

    I ordered these for in store pick up! I bought four. I got all my seeds last weekend! Ready for planting!

  19. Meg

    Use this for: lettuce, herbs, strawberries, kale, and radishes. There are some great seed sellers on Etsy, I get all my seeds from there. Good luck, yall!

  20. Becky

    I have 2 of these. They are amazing. Especially great for growing tomatoes since there’s a constant source of water to prevent cracking. We had severe hail damage 2 years ago from a storm and the insurance company took pictures of the planters and wanted to know what they were made of, because they didn’t have 1 scratch. You can also plant early and roll them indoors if frost comes around.
    I never use the black cover. It’s not necessary. Very happy with this purchase and would recommend.

    • Liza (Hip Sidekick)

      Thank you so much for taking a moment to comment with your recommendation Becky! It sounds like they’re very durable!

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