Smart Pot Big Bag Bed - Black (100 Gal) - GP2551

Raised Beds

Raised Beds

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The Big Bag Bed

Fabric Raised Bed

Just Unfold, Fill & Plant!

The Easy way to Grow Vegetables, Flowers, Herbs & Fruits!

Easy Foldout Raised Bed - No Installation Required!

Holds 1/2 Cubic Yard of Mix, 13.5 Square Feet of Growing Space

Dimensions 50" x 12" - 100 Gallons (380 liters)

Weatherproof - Lasts for Years

Warms Quickly in Spring - Releases Excessive Heat in Summer

Provides Excellent Drainage

Air Prunes for Better Root Structure

Discourages Ground Pests Such as Gophers and Moles



  • Item Model Number: GP2551
  • Shipping Dimensions: 22 x 13.5 x 2.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.25 pounds

Customer Reviews

Great idea!

This is a great idea for renters or anyone who wants a \"semi permanent\" raised bed. Easy to put up, just fill with about 1/2 yd of garden soil and plant! I planted peas, peppers, beans cucumbers, lettuce, arugula, it holds a lot! I also planted nasturtiums around the edges to cascade over the side.

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