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Raised bed EDGY Corten steel 157 x 80 x 40 cm.

€368,00 EUR
  1. Use good soil: Use good quality soil that is rich in nutrients and good drainage. This will give your plants the best chance of thriving in the plant box.

  2. Make sure good drainage: Make sure the plant box has drainage holes at the bottom so excess water can drain away. This will prevent the roots from roting.

  3. Use appropriate size plant box: Choose a plant box that fits the size of your plants. Too large plant boxes can lead to too much soil and too little space for the roots. For small plant boxes can lead to lack of space and nourishment for the roots.

  4. Give your plants enough sunlight: Make sure the plant box is placed in a place where the plants will receive enough sunlight.

  5. Use fertilizer: Give your plants regular fertilizer to make sure they have enough nutrients to grow and thrive.

  6. Monitor soil humidity: Make sure the soil in the plant box is always moist but not flooded. This can be checked by sticking a finger in the ground.

  7. Pruning regularly: crop your plants regularly to keep them in shape and prevent them from becoming too large for the plant box.

  8. Rotational cultivation: Rotate your plants in the plant box so they don't use the same soil and nutrients all the time. This will help prevent drying of the soil and prevent plants from being attacked by pests and diseases.



"Materials and surfaces that can withstand years of outdoor use in the harsh Scandinavian climate"

At byJEMA we love delicious products that last for years.

Corten steel

The corten steel or cor-ten if we need just the right designation is a type of steel that rusts quickly into the surface but has a slower corrosion than, for example, soft steel. It can thus be said that the rust layer prevents the material from rusting. Corten steel can thus last outdoors for decades - completely maintenance-free.

When we process the material in our factory, the material resembles black steel. Upon delivery, the steel is still black, but after a few weeks of outdoor placement - depending on the time of year - the rust layer will slowly appear. Being impatient, the process can be accelerated by once washing followed by saline spray.

When placing on tiles or wood, the ground must be protected for the first time from rust markings, as rust in the rain will drip onto the substrate. This decreases after a few months, but we always recommend paying attention.

When you receive your corten plant case or high bed it looks like the first image. This is what the steel looks like before it starts the rusting process.
The beautiful red color gradually changes with the weeks, months and years, and you can therefore experience your products changing color.

Raised beds, planters and outdoor furniture in Corten steel

Whether you plant in wood or steel beds makes no difference. The steel may emit a little rust at the edge of the bed, but not something that is dangerous to either plants or soil.

A walk in the world's largest cities and newest districts shows a big trend in the design of outdoor areas. Maintenance-free elements in raw steel look - Cortenstele. Where we have seen rust in the past as a problem and something that had to be hidden with paint, we now experience the red color as trendy, welcoming and warm. In its look and experience, the red rust color is very similar to wood, but with better properties within durability and maintenance. Rusty iron look - corten steel - is the hot material of the time. At byJEMA we love the Corten look!

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