Galvanized Metal Raised Garden Planter



Galvanized iron construction reduces rust and increases longevity
Planter capacity 100 lbs, shelf capacity 10 lbs.
3 cubic feet of plant able space
Holds approximately 22 gallons of soil
One center drain hole for built-in drainage
Measures 40 W x 16 D x 31 H inches, legs 2 inches W
Planter box depth: 8 D inches

1000 in stock


The AmeriHome Raised Garden Planter is made from Galvanized Metal and is ideal for planting herb gardens, flower beds, or small vegetable gardens. The elevated height makes it easy to tend and harvest while reducing the back and knee strain from bending and squatting in traditional garden beds. The Raised Garden Planter will look great anywhere in the yard or on the deck. Great for experienced gardeners to plant a new space, or beginners planning their first harvest. Constructed from 100% galvanized metal, the AmeriHome Galvanized Metal Planter will resist rust and will look great season after season.

Perfect for the front porch, back patio, deck and yard. Great for herb gardens, flower gardens, and small vegetable gardens. Elevated height makes it easy to tend and harvest.

Item # GEP

Using a raised garden planter is a great way to grow plants, especially if you have limited space or poor soil quality. Here’s how you can use one:

  1. Choose the Right Location: Select a spot that receives adequate sunlight based on the needs of the plants you want to grow. Ensure the area is level and easily accessible for watering and maintenance.
  2. Prepare the Planter: If your raised garden planter is new, assemble it according to the manufacturer’s instructions. If it’s already assembled, make sure it’s clean and free of any debris.
  3. Fill with Soil: Fill the raised planter with a good quality potting mix or a blend of garden soil, compost, and other amendments. Leave some space at the top for watering.
  4. Plant Your Seeds or Seedlings: Follow the planting instructions for the specific plants you are growing. Space them appropriately based on their mature size.
  5. Water Regularly: Raised garden planters can dry out faster than plants in the ground, so monitor the moisture level regularly and water as needed. It’s generally better to water deeply and less frequently than to water lightly every day.
  6. Mulch (Optional): Consider adding a layer of mulch on top of the soil to help retain moisture and suppress weeds.
  7. Monitor and Maintain: Keep an eye on your plants for signs of pests, diseases, or nutrient deficiencies. Regularly prune and harvest as needed to encourage healthy growth.
  8. Fertilize: Depending on the plants requirements and the quality of your soil, you may need to fertilize. Follow the recommendations for the specific plants you are growing.

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