Portable Elevated Planter Box, Design Three. Perfect for vegetable gardening. Perfect for your very own organic suburban farm or urban farm.
Learn to grow your own organic vegetables, with no need to bend over to tend to your vegetable garden. Easy to move as it comes with wheels.
The approximate dimensions are:
6′ (width) x 2′ (length) x 1′ (depth) with total planter height: 2’8″ (height) or 32″
These are custom built planter boxes designed by Living Green Planter. If you are looking for other dimensions, please feel free to contact for a quote, custom sizes without custom fees. We are wholly committed to designing and building original planter boxes in an environmentally responsible way. I’m also an engineer, so if you have any design questions, I would be glad to help in terms of designing your planter for your garden.
Don’t know how to start? Well, we have done all the work for you. As an option, the planter can be Filled and Ready for your plants. The plants shown are not included. All you need to do is get your own vegetables pre-grown or become adventurous and start from seed. There is an additional fee of $50 for the Filled and Ready planters. Plants not included.
PLEASE NOTE… Pick up only, Delivery available for a small fee if needed within the Los Angeles, Ventura, and Inland Empire areas.
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I often get asked questions about different custom sizes for various gardens. Some of these gardens are so unique because they are often placed on various styled rooftops, patios, side of houses, and along fences. So, to give you an idea for your own special garden, I have taken two of my most popular planters, the Portable Elevated Planter and I placed them in various orientations to help you design your garden. After all, they say that a picture is worth a thousand words.
Common size request include: 2×6, 4×6, 6×6, 2×12, 4×12, etc…
Well, the 2×6 is simple… You just need one Jumbo Portable Elevated Planter. Done!
The 4×6 requires two planters… This one is simple too. Done! But with two planters, you can split them apart to have access to all your fruits and vegetables. Why risk your back. Create a simple passage way between the planters and grow similar or different plants. You can also create intricate patterns and designs, such an an L-shape.
Well, you get the idea… For a 6×6, you would need three planters and so on. Lastly, let me show you the 2×12, which also requires two planters. Simple! Done!
Note: The 4×12 would require four planters. These shapes can also be done with the Jumbo Portable Elevated Planter.