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Emsco Group 24"x20" Resin Raised Garden Bed w/ Casters

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Lowe's has Emsco Group 24"x20" Resin Raised Garden Bed w/ Casters (Earth Brown) on sale for $19.98. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free w/ MyLowe's Account [Info] or with orders $49+. Thanks bxgirl

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This measures 20" W x 24" L x 10"H and features casters to allow the bed to be rolled. The self-contained watering system automatically waters your plants and has drainage holes to help prevent over watering.

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Patio Raised Garden Bed Kit with Watering System and Casters $20. Earth Brown

Reg $30. Free in store pick-up at Lowes.

HERE [lowes.com]

Home Depot has it for $26 HERE [homedepot.com]

I have a few of these and grow tomatoes all summer long.
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Just a heads up that the instructions [homedepot.com]for these kits state not to use potting soil. You can read the details, but they basically say that you need create a growing medium out of sphagnum moss (or similar), dolomite (or similar) and granular fertilizer to get the best results.

I don't mean to suggest that this is bad (or good), but if you don't happen to have these materials on hand, plan to spend some more to acquire them.
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You use potting mix, dolomite and granular fertilizer, all readily available at Home Depot.
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How many tomato plants do you have in the kit?
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Does it drain at the bottom? I'd like to use it indoor if I can control the drainage.
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How many tomato plants do you have in the kit?
It does not come with any plants. You have to buy the plants separately.
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Does it drain at the bottom? I'd like to use it indoor if I can control the drainage.
There is no drain on the bottom. There is an overflow drain on the side. You fill the container with water until it comes out the side overflow drain.
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Humm, reading reviews doesn't sound like much more than 5 plants per container, but coupled with a Lowe's coupon I think I'll try a couple of them. I have limited space for a traditional garden spot.
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Just a heads up that the instructions [homedepot.com]for these kits state not to use potting soil. You can read the details, but they basically say that you need create a growing medium out of sphagnum moss (or similar), dolomite (or similar) and granular fertilizer to get the best results.

I don't mean to suggest that this is bad (or good), but if you don't happen to have these materials on hand, plan to spend some more to acquire them.
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I use potting soil and am growing strawberries on my 2nd season. Search history of threads for advice.
I do use dolomite which I found on Amazon.
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Just a heads up that the instructions [homedepot.com]for these kits state not to use potting soil. You can read the details, but they basically say that you need create a growing medium out of sphagnum moss (or similar), dolomite (or similar) and granular fertilizer to get the best results.

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You use potting mix, dolomite and granular fertilizer, all readily available at Home Depot.
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Would this be sufficient for lavender/citronella plants? Would like some natural mosquito repellent for summer nights out on the deck...
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It does not come with any plants. You have to buy the plants separately.
I know, how many do YOU put in yours....
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just a heads up that the instructions [homedepot.com]for these kits state not to use potting soil. You can read the details, but they basically say that you need create a growing medium out of sphagnum moss (or similar), dolomite (or similar) and granular fertilizer to get the best results.

I don't mean to suggest that this is bad (or good), but if you don't happen to have these materials on hand, plan to spend some more to acquire them.
it's dolomite baby!
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