Slimline Garden Beds

Slimline Raised Garden Beds

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Slimline raised garden beds are good looking and space saving if you are looking for raised garden beds without giving up too much of your garden. Use the garden bed selector below and follow the easy steps for choosing the right garden bed for you. Or click here for the Raised Garden Bed brochure, size and price list (PDF) (378 Kb). 

How to Select Your Raised Garden Bed

Go through the following steps to select your raised garden bed from Waterplex

Step 1: Select the Raised Garden Bed Shape

Waterplex garden beds are available in slimline and round shapes. Choose the shape that best suits your home.

Step 2: Select the Raised Garden Bed Size

You may already know what size of garden bed you are looking for. Use our garden bed size selection tool below to find the right size for your garden.

Step 3: Decide if you want a base in your garden bed

You can decide if you need a base in your garden bed. If you are installing your garden bed on a solid surface like a concrete pad it may be better to choose to have a base in the garden bed.

Step 4: Choose your Garden bed colour

You can choose a colour from our base range of galvanised steel, Colorbond® Pale Eucalypt® or Colorbond Paperbark®. Alternatively you can choose a painted finish from any of the Colorbond® colour range for an addtional charge.

Step 5: Decide on the height of your garden bed

You may know the finished height that you want for your garden bed. But remember to allow additional height if you plan to recess it into your garden (typically 15cm if you bury the tank approximately two corrugations)

Step 6: Decide on drainage options for your garden bed

The bottom of your garden bed should be filled with some form of drainage material. Commonly used materials include gravel, bricks or tiles.

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