Terrace, patio, deck, and undiggable ground
Unfold & fill. No wood or nails needed
Easily relocated where & when you want
Withstands the elements. Folds for storage
*Soil mixes available at your local gardening center
Why Container Gardening?
Container gardening is a must
for aspiring gardeners with little to
no dedicated gardening space.
Using the Big Bag Bed is a great solution
over more complicated DIY beds.
What’s Stopping You From Starting
Big Bag Beds Make Home Gardening Easy To Set Up And Enjoyable To Do
No matter what you want to plant and where you want to plant it, the Big Bag Bed is your solution.
Rooftop Gardening, Patios, & Terraces
“Imagine this: you can grow vegetables anywhere. On the edge of a flower garden or driveway, an existing lawn, or even a rooftop! That’s what I’ve learned… Smart Pots have absolutely become one of my “must-have” garden products.” Read full version
Planting Under Mature Trees
“One of the biggest challenges… is how to successfully plant under mature trees, while still preserving the tree’s health. Everywhere I tried to dig, I struck roots. I planted more shrubs in Smart Pots and placed them among lower-growing perennials. I was able to give the… illusion that everything is planted in the ground… and both plants and my great oak tree were able to exist harmoniously.” Read full version
Cleanup & Storage
I am an extreme container gardener, often planting over 100 pots of varying sizes and types each year. I have found that every plant I’ve tried has thrived in a Smart Pot—my plants just seem to love them. Also, after many years of lugging heavy ceramic pots and trying to find winter storage for them, the ease of storing my Smart Pots, has made my fall cleanup so much easier. Read full version
Ideal for growing beans, carrots, cucumbers, cabbage, sweet potatoes, beets, chili peppers, Brussels sprouts, peas collards. Approx. 50 Gal holding 5.9 ft3 of mix, 7.1 ft2 of growing space. Dimensions are 36”d x 12”h.
Ideal for growing large crops such as tomatoes, summer & winter squash, melons, eggplant, and asparagus. Approx. 100 Gallons and holds 13.7 cubic feet of mix, 13.5 square feet of growing space. The bag dimension is 50” in diameter by 12” high.