Tanksalot® Raised Garden Beds are made from high strength steel, with an internal food grade polymer lining for long life protection. This is a great lightweight alternative to treated pine, which can contain toxic chemicals, hardwood which is expensive and rock or concrete panels which are heavy and cumbersome. The top edge of the raised Garden Beds has been formed over to ensure there are no sharp bits when gardening the beds. The joins are machine riveted, making them durable and long-lasting. Your garden bed is delivered ready to use, there is no assembly required. Tanksalot® manufactures the widest range of sizes in New Zealand, all tested and engineered to support the weight of the soil. Tanksalot® Raised Garden Beds are easy to install and can be positioned anywhere, as no assembly is required. Tanksalot® provides a 5 year structural warranty on all raised Garden Beds.
Features and Benefits
Delivered complete, no assembly required.
Steel construction for high strength.
Rolled safety edges with black beading.
Quick and easy to get your garden started.
Good drainage, promoting healthy roots and worm movement.
Made to measure, so you get the perfect size for your garden.
Freight not included. Free delivery: North Shore – Penrose area only
Quick Guide to install our Corrugated Garden Beds
If the bed is to be placed on a lawn or garden we recommend digging in the first couple of corrugations for added stability. Fill the first 2/3 of the bed with any material suitable for drainage, eg: gravel, bricks, sandstone, broken terracotta pipes or roof tiles. A good idea is to use upturned polystyrene boxes to fill to bottom of tall garden beds. Once the drainage has been added, lay down a bed of straw. To the top of the straw, add some topsoil and then just begin to add organic material to the pile; cow manure, horse manure, chicken droppings, raw fruits and vegetables, coffee grounds, raw eggs, newspaper, more straw, topsoil, and other organic material. It is advisable to keep this pile covered if you have outside pets, as this pile is an open source of bacteria until it is properly decomposed. Toss the material regularly with a pitchfork. Once all material has decomposed thoroughly your bed is ready for planting.