Your Easy, Instant Garden
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Affordable & Durable
The Urban Pouch is constructed with reinforced seams and strength-tested breathable fabric. Enjoy years of easy gardening without worrying about termites or wood rot.
Assemble in Minutes
Simply unwrap add soil and plant your favorite herbs, flowers, or veggies. The urban pouch fabric material promotes vigorous root growth and long and dense root hairs for bigger blooms!
The Urban Pouch are made of 100% new polypropylene (PP) and are environmental friendly.
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Large Pouch – Fabric Raised Bed
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Fabric Raised Bed
Large Pouch – Fabric raised beds promote air-pruning which helps the roots penetrate deep into the depths of the soil.
Large Pouch – Can be used with various types of soil or hydroponic growing media
100 Gallon: Diameter x Height—50×13 inch
- Bradley T.
” Love the Urban Pouch’s Fabric Raised Beds, this thing is large took me 5-6 wheel barrels of soil to fill up. This was much larger than I had envisioned!! Its built well, very sturdy material and stiching. I have no doubt I will get many seasons of giant tomatoes and green beans from my Pouch! “
- John W
” Growing kale, peppers, basil and eggplant in one of these right now. All my plants appear to be doing great. “
” Its super simple to construct. I am putting in an order for two more. Very pleased with the durability (bonus points here). No fussing with lumber and heavy equipment,frames and supports. “
I want to use this on my balcony, does it have a bottom ?
The bottom is made of the same fabric as the rest of the pouch. The fabric is porous enough to allow for drainage of excess water.
What type of fabric is the Urban Pouch?
Our Fabric Raised Bed is made of patented BPA-free, 2-layer polypropylene. This ingenious fabric has many benefits:
- It aerates the soil
- Air-prunes the roots
- Prevents heat build-up
- And allows excess water to drain away.
- It folds for storage, too!
How heavy is the original size when full of wet potting soil ?
Depends on the growing media. The larger 50 gallon fabric raised bed with wet soil would way between 75 to 100 lbs. While the smaller 3 gallon pouch with wet soil would weigh around 5 lbs.
What is the best soil for a raised garden bed?
If you do not have access to quality topsoil, an acceptable substitute would be a 50-50 blend of soilless growing medium (often called “potting soil”) and compost. If you want to add peat moss to the bed, it should not be more than 20 percent of the total mix. Peat moss is naturally acidic and is not a good medium for growing vegetables.
How fast does the soil in the pouch dry out during the dry summer months ?
The soil does not dry out any faster than other raised beds. A lot depends on the soil and amenments your using in your raised bed.
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