Patio Garden: Sow in So Little Space

July 15, 2010 by

Short on space or without a garden? Garden in bed. Scout Regalia’s bed. The freestanding fully-assembled raised bed SR Patio Garden is designed specifically for patios, balconies, and other hard surfaces. It’s a smart design and did I mention it’s eco-conscious, making use of sustainable materials?

Powder coated heavy gauge steel brackets create clean corner details for a raised garden ready for any space on any surface.

Drainage textile is eco-friendly

To facilitate soil drainage, The SR Patio Garden is lined with a drainage textile made of 40% post industrial recycled content and the box is constructed using FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified redwood. Brackets, manufactured locally in Los Angeles, are designed to minimize waste and maximize material.

If you want to build with one with your own wood, a $95 DIY SR Patio Garden Kit is available that lets you to construct a patio-friendly garden of any size.

Get growing! Regalia’s shop even sells the ID tags (above) just in case you forget what you planted or don’t recognize your crops.

$185 Pre-assembled from Scout Regalia


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    — July 16, 2010 @ 05:43

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  4. Dora Marie said:

    so the drainage textile is what prevents mildew, correct?

    — April 11, 2014 @ 23:08

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