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Stacking Joints by Frame It All

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$19.95

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ASTACK

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Make framing your raised beds simple and easy. With just a screwdriver and a hammer, building a quality raised bed, sandbox, playground border, or landscape edging is quick and hassle free.

Use the Stacking Joints to add height to your Frame It All raised bed. Each stacking joint goes directly on top of an anchor joint or another stacking joint to add 6 more inches to your raised bed. Joints are made of durable plastic.

The patented joint stakes (they rotate and can be stacked) will allow you to shape the bed in many different configurations: square, rectangular, octagonal, or as angled or straight edging.

Simple to assemble using 2" x 6" lumber, you can easily build a raised bed to grow vegetables, fruits (strawberries, blueberries, dwarf fruit trees, etc), or flower gardens. The only tools required are a screwdriver and a hammer.

Raised garden beds are perfect for limited space on decks or patios, and your backyard. In a few hours, you can transform your yard into a productive, lovely area.

Do you have a rooftop deck? Think about a series of raised (6" - 12") beds to have the veggie garden you've always wanted. These beds are simple to build and maintain. Even balcony gardening is possible by building a long narrow bed.

Comes with 2 per package.

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