Yes, the cedar wood is untreated and safe for veggies and plants.
Yes, the cedar wood can be painted, stained, or treated. In its natural state the cedar will weather into a silver gray color over time.
We do not use a finishing process on the wood in order to keep it untreated. Boards will vary in texture.
We use a variety of cedar wood, and as wood is a natural product shades will vary.
Yes! Click here to watch a video about stacking and expanding our cedar raised garden bed kits.
This is not necessary, but may provide some protection in extremely harsh winter climates.
Soil requirements depend on the size of the kit. The product page of each cedar raised garden bed kit has soil recommendations.
All of our kits larger than 4x4 have dividing sections every four feet to provide stability and structural support.
The log edging is made from a species of pine and then coated with a water based cedar colored stain.
It is best to store a garden bed kit in a location with low humidity.
Cedar is naturally rot-and-insect resistant. When left untreated cedar will naturally weather to a silver gray color over time. The longevity of cedar depends on the environment in which it is kept.
It is not recommended to use treated products in gardens where the produce will be consumed.