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Who are we?
Green Giant, a reputable manufacturer in the gardening industry, specializes in high-quality, custom and wholesale metal raised garden beds and tree surrounds. With nearly two decades of experience, we offer durable products designed to withstand harsh outdoor conditions.
Our family-owned business is dedicated to providing cost-effective solutions that meet the unique needs of both homeowners and professional landscapers. We offer various sizes, shapes, and designs of raised garden beds, all customizable to fit any space. Additionally, our Bespoke Raised Garden Beds are tailored specifically to your requirements, ensuring a long-lasting and elevated gardening experience.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Can you use corrugated metal for garden beds?
Yes, corrugated metal can be used for garden beds. Corrugated metal provides strength and durability while also adding a unique aesthetic to the garden. It is resistant to weathering and pests, making it a suitable choice for outdoor planting. The corrugated design also enhances the structural integrity of the garden beds.
How do you make corrugated metal planter boxes?
To create corrugated metal planter boxes, start by cutting two corrugated metal pieces in half to create four 4-foot pieces. Then, trim each piece down to be 15 inches wide. Next, construct a frame using treated 4×4 posts as structural support. Attach the corrugated metal panels to the frame. Fill with soil and plants once the structure is secure.
Is galvanized sheet metal safe for raised garden beds?
Galvanized sheet metal is safe for raised garden beds. The zinc coating on galvanized metal acts as a barrier against corrosion, extending the lifespan of the garden beds. Furthermore, garden soil typically lacks the acidity required to break down the zinc coating, making it safe for plant growth.
Do I need a liner for metal raised garden bed?
A liner isn’t necessarily needed for a metal raised garden bed. However, using one can provide additional protection against soil moisture and potential leaching of undesirable substances. It can also help prolong the lifespan of the metal bed by reducing direct contact between the soil and the metal.