Reinforce your raised bed corners with a corner brace for long-term durability and functional appeal. Our preformed Solid Steel Raised Bed Corner Brackets make it easy to build raised beds using your own lumber. You design the beds to whatever dimensions you want, with easy assembly thanks to pre-drilled holes and included screws. Galvanized, black powder-coated steel resists corrosion.
Use with 2" x 6" to 2" x 12" lumber.
• Raised bed corner brackets • Design your flower bed with 2" x 6" to 2" x 12" lumber • Solid steel construction • Pre-drilled holes and included screws
Available Styles Harvest Original Solid
Set of 4 Solid Steel Raised Bed Corner Brackets
Order Now For Shipment 17-MAR-15
Buy 2 or more at $29.95 each
Buy 2 or more at $29.95 each
Set of 4 Steel Raised Bed Corner Brackets With Harvest Cutouts
Buy 2 or more at $29.95 each
Buy 2 or more at $29.95 each
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Comments about Product: I built 2 beds using 2x12 pressure treated lumber and the worked perfectly. They are very sturdy and being steel, they held the heavy lumber very well. I saw other brackets offered by other companies, but they were either lighter weight, or made of aluminum and I worried about there ability to support 2x12's. I did use different screws that were treated for outdoor use. I am very satisfied with this product.
Comments about Product: These corner brackets look neat, and were easy to use.
Perfect corners for raised garden beds
Comments about Product: These corner brackets (without decorations) are the highest quality, sturdily built brackets for raised garden beds that I have come across in many years. I have purchased two sets of 4-each and married them to 2" x 12" x 10' untreated pine boards that I purchased at a "Big Box" store. The heavy metal brackets just slip on the ends of the boards and in no time your bed is ready for the plantings. I live in SE Florida so we have crops three times a year and these really will hold up. I purchased these to replace plastic corner brackets that just didn't hold up to the constant sun and high temperatures we have here all year around. The screws that come with the brackets should just be thrown into your recycle bin and longer, case hardened wood screws substituted. Why use toy screws with a quality product like these corner brackets? That is my only negative comment.
By KY Girl in CA
Easy - Pleasing - Quick
Comments about Product: Putting in raised gardening beds in our yard and wanted something easy to use for the job of building the beds. Can't get any better than this. Brackets are attractive and decorative.
By Pat the Garden Goddess
Not as good as the original
Comments about Product: Purchased similar corner brackets from Plow and Hearth three years ago that were of very good quality. These I just purchased to use to add another raised bed were shorter in length and seemed to be a thinner metal. I would definitely choose the original corner brackets over the ones with the tomatoes/carrots.
By Gardener Glenn
Perfect ! ! !
Comments about Product: Recently retired and am going to start gardening. This product is perfect for the boxes I will be making.
So easy to use!
Comments about Product: We bought these corner brackets to assemble a low-walled corral in our garden for our small pet tortoise. It was so easy to put together (using 2 x 12s we had in our garage from a pergola teardown) and we quickly had a simple outdoor habitat to keep our tortoise from wandering away.
I would buy this product again.
Comments about Product: Design looks good against redwood. Bracket was a tight fit over wood, it should be little wider.
By Displaced Bostongirl
Fits Box Store Lumber ONLY!!! But cute!
Comments about Product: Okay, these are adorable and should have made my raised beds a snap to assemble. However, I got our lumber from a mill and these don't fit our 2x6's. These are built for big box store 2x6's which actually measure 1.5 x 5.5. My lumber is closer to "true" 2x6. So I have 24 brackets and have to devise a quick way to assemble my beds without them. But aside from that, they are GREAT and would have looked fantastic if I'd thought to ask about the nominal dimensions first! Highly recommend for raised beds.
I would plan on using 2x12s or 2x10s though as these are quite high and the design of the carrots gets cut off with the 2x6s.
Raised Bed Corner Brackets
Comments about Product: We purchased a couple of sets of raised bed corners two years ago. Excellent quality, adequate screw holes, fairly good screws. With this latest set the quality has really deteriorated. The corners are about 1.25 inches shorter. The older ones extended beyond the lumber giving us an addition anchor point when installing them. Number of screw holes is about half, and the screws . . . I don't know why they even bother, they (the screws) are very poor quality.
By The Zookeeper
Corner brackets for custom raised beds
Comments about Product: I have a hilly yard and needed to create raised beds which were an unusual size and shape. These corners are the perfect solution! My front yard, the only place I receive sun, is now a terraced raised bed paradise.
By Hereford Raised Garden
Raised Garden Beds
Comments about Product: Just got them and we are planning to set up our garden bed this weekend. First time doing raised beds and looking forward to it.
Comments about Product: After looking at a number of ways to build 8'x4'x12" beds, this seemed very simple. After cutting the 2"x12" boards to length, just screw them together. I think they could have given us more screws, so I purchased additional ones.
I have just purchase two more sets to complete our four beds.
Set of 4 Steel Raised Bed Corners
Comments about Product: Very easy to use. We used redwood 2 X 12 for the beds. The corners fit easily and it was ready for putting in place very quickly
By BUILDER GUY
Comments about Product: I USE THESE PRODUCTS FOR MY RAISED BEDS IN THE VEGETABLE GARDEN.
PREVIOUSLY, I JUST BUTT SCREWED 1 X 6 BOARDS TO MAKE MY BEDS. NOW
I'M USING 2 X 8'S AND IT'S A MUCH STRONGER ASSEMBLY. I AM USING 3 SETS OF CORNERS NOW AND JUST RECEIVED 2 ADDITIONAL SETS WHICH I WILL INSTALL IN THE SPRING.
Raised beds in a snap!
Comments about Product: we have several raised beds using these brackets. theyre very solid, easy to use. the first ones we purchase have been in use for two years with no rust and the beds still look great! using these brackets we dont use the screws that are enclosed but just place the wood in the brackets.
How Do These Brackets Stack?
Comments about Product: I am single woman and love this concept. But, before I buy I do not see how they can be stacked. Please help.
Comments about Product: I have used the corner brackets for two raised beds where the soil is impossible to cultivate. The first set is four years old. I have had no problems with the brackets.
By Larry the Gardener
The raised garden is up and running
Comments about Product: This product will allow us to have a small garden in the backyard of our new townhouse.
By Jackrabbit '72
Glad I tried these.
Comments about Product: I bought two sets of these last year and came back for a third set this year. I had reviewed a lot of raised bed corners before I settled on these and wasn't disappointed. They seem like they will last a long time. I like the extended bottom points that help anchor the bed.
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