Elevated Raised Bed

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Our ECOgardener Elevated Raised Beds give you more room to grow anywhere in your garden without the need to bend over. Guaranteed to last a lifetime.

Size 2' x 4'

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Length: 2 ft

Width: 4 ft

Height: 30 in

Depth: 10 in

Soil Volume: 6.5 ft³

Return Policy:
Our return policy lasts 30 days. If 30 days have gone by since your purchase, unfortunately we can’t offer you a refund or exchange.

To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging.

Shipping Times:
Standard shipping typically requires 4-5 business days for delivery, with the potential for extended timelines during peak shipping seasons.

Chinese Fir Wood

Our ECOgardener elevated raised beds give you more room to grow anywhere in your garden without the need to bend over. From vegetables and herbs to fruits and more, these raised beds give you better vantage point for planting. Plus, they provide sturdy and low-maintenance support for your harvest to thrive.

No tools are needed to assemble our elevated raised beds. A simple slide and lock action gets the work done in fifteen minutes or less. Made from fir that rivals hardwood for its strength and sturdiness, they're sanded smooth and can easily be stained to better match your garden's aesthetics. They are also resistant to rot and insects, allowing you to maximize growth with minimal effort.

Our elevated raised beds are perfect for all kinds of gardening locations. From patios to balconies and backyards, you can plant the easier way to prevent back pains, and accommodate mobility challenges.

  • ASSEMBLES IN MINUTES - No nails, screws or other tools required for you set up our elevted raised beds. Simply slide and lock the dovetail joints together and you'll have one ready in no time.
  • NO MORE BACK PAINS - These elevated raised beds provide pain-free growing with zero back-bending required. You can grow and maintain your plants with ease and confidence.
  • ROT-RESISTANT TO LAST A LONG TIME - Made from 100% non-toxic fir wood for extreme durability and strength, our elevated raised beds are resistant to rot and insects. They are sanded smooth and can be stained to suit your taste.
  • EASY TO STACK AND EXPAND - Every assemblage was made to fit like a glove. This way, you can grow your garden further by stacking our elevated raised beds together with little to no effort.
  • VALUE FOR MONEY - We at ECOgardener pride ourselves on affordable yet durable gardening solutions. Our elevated raised beds come at very good prices, guaranteed to last you a lifetime.


Board Thickness Height Length Width Depth Soil Volume
3/4 inches 30 inches 2 feet 4 feet 10 inches 6.5 cubic feet
Board Thickness: 3/4 inches
Height: 30 inches
Length: 2 feet
Width: 4 feet
Depth: 10 inches
Soil Volume: 6.5 cubic feet

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
Betsy Holcombe
So easy to put together!!

Love this! Easy to assemble and just the right height!

Amazon Customer
Easy to Assemble

Easy to assemble

Cheri Lynn
Great product!

Love this! Finally something nice and affordable.

Pamela Ward
Raised bed garden

It was as advertised. Assembled reasonably easy

Anthony Oledan
The price

I love the cost. Hope you can put it on sale so i can buy 2 more

Where are these raised beds made?

Fir wood is a special wood that looks like a pine tree. This type of wood is commonly found in the Pacific Northwest, but the softwood species are most popular in North America.

Fir is impeccably straight and thick, it doesn’t decay easily, shrink or bend. The wood has a beautiful texture and pleasant fragrance, making it an ideal choice for housing, furniture, outdoor cladding, and even gardening.

Can you connect ECOgardener’s raised bed into a longer box?

The ECOgardener Raised Garden Bed is created like a box with a tongue and groove assembly. Only the middle two posts have the groove on three sides to connect the two boxes. If you had two complete sets, you could make it three boxes long since you'll have an additional two posts with the three grooves. However, you wouldn't be able to connect all four together.

What do I put on the bottom of a raised garden bed?

It is important to put something on the bottom of the raised garden to prevent weeds and grass from growing and destroying your plants. Gardeners put landscape fiber to line the bottom of the raised garden bed. It is a kind of fiber that is specially made from recycled materials, such as polyester and linen. The landscape fiber contains various holes to ensure that there is proper drainage for the soil.

In addition, landscape fiber is durable and can last for almost 10 years. Not only that, but it is also environment-friendly, so you don’t have to worry that it can bring adverse effects to the surroundings.

Do raised garden beds need drainage?

The answer is YES. All gardening must have proper drainage to ensure the healthy growth of the plants. Poor drainage can cause water to pool at the roots or make the soil waterlogged. This can cause your plants to drown and die.

Raised gardens need special drainage to enhance the growth of the plants. There are various ways on how you can give your raised garden beds a good drainage. You can add compost to the raised beds, use soil amendments, utilize sheet composting, use mulch, or add cover crops. If you’re using a landscape filter, make sure that it has holes to ensure quality drainage.

How deep should a raised planter box be?

Typically, a raised bed does not need to be very deep or shallow. For some plants, a 6-8” deep planter box is enough. For some other plants, an 8-12” deep planter box is preferred.

Keep in mind that the depth of the plant box may differ for some plants and vegetables. Crops like beets, broccoli, lettuce, turnips, and onions can successfully grow in an 8”-deep box. However, vegetables like cabbage and other vegetables may require a deeper planter box. Tomatoes, for instance, need a minimum of 12” beneath so that their roots will have enough room to grow.

To make sure that the plant’s roots will have ample space for growing, always leave a space of 2 inches on the root’s side as well as 6 inches on the bottom.

Which is better: metal or wood raised garden bed?

Today’s gardening innovations have brought new amazing tools and processes. When it comes to raised garden beds, metal and wood are the most popular materials used.

Some gardeners choose metal garden beds for they look more modern and durable. In fact, they can last up to 20 years and require minimal maintenance. On the other hand, wood is more preferred for garden raised beds because of its wonderful customizable features, availability, and reasonable pricing. It’s ideal for large-sized raised garden beds, too.

Our ECOgardener raised beds offer plants more room to grow. Whether gardeners plan to grow herbs, vegetables, or fruits, these durable open-bottom frames are perfect! They can support the plants from growing successfully from seedling to harvest.

Our raised garden beds are also space-savers since they can be conveniently stacked on top of each other for an awesome tiered garden look.

What soil do you put in raised garden beds?

The kind of soil you will put in raised garden beds or any containers greatly matters. To grow healthy plants, gardeners should also choose fertile soil. Usually, experts will advise to use 60% topsoil, 30% compost, and mix with 10% potting soil.

It is always a great idea to use compost since all organic matter is essential for growing healthy plants. They aid in holding moisture and providing nutrients to the plants. If your soil is mixed with compost, it can be the best soil for raised garden beds.

When purchasing from a soil delivery, make sure to know where the soil comes from. It is important to know if it contains the essential nutrients. Check the labels and look for contents like herb mix, organic vegetables, flowers, and organic garden soil.

Do we need to treat or stain the planter before using it?

Wood is commonly used for raised beds. ECOgardener raised beds and garden planters are made of fir wood. Fir wood is straight and thick. It doesn’t decay easily, shrink or bend so you don’t need to treat our product before using it.

But if you decide to stain or paint it, choose a paint that is made of natural waxes. This is to make sure that your planters or raised beds are safe for edible plants.

Is the wood treated/coated with chemicals?

No, ECOgardener raised beds are not chemically-treated to ensure that they are safe to use for plants and vegetables. Chemically-treated wood is usually light brown or dark green and smells oily.

What/where is the source of wood used for raised bed planters?

Our raised beds are made from Chinese fir wood.

What is the dimension of raised bed?

Elevated Planter 2x4

  • Board Thickness: 3/4 inches
  • Height: 30 inches
  • Length: 2 feet
  • Width: 4 feet
  • Depth: 10 inches
  • Soil Volume: 6.5 cubic feet
Elevated Planter 2x4 Dimensions

Tiered Raised Bed 4x4

  • Height: 21 inches
  • Length: 4 feet
  • Width: 4 feet
  • Soil Volume: 19 cubic feet
Tiered Raised Bed 4x4 Dimensions

Raised Bed 2x8

  • Height: 10 inches
  • Length: 8 feet
  • Width: 2 feet
  • Soil Volume: 13 cubic feet
  • Raised Bed 2x8 Dimensions

Watch the video to see how to install our Elevated Raised Bed.