Our Cedar Story

When our founder observed the large amount of cedar that was being lost in the lumber mill process, he took action to rescue that material and put it to good use. Trim end pieces that were being scrapped are now collected and graded, edge glued and then planed into the smooth panels used to make our planters.

Rescued cedar panels and posts are engineered to be stronger than raw cedar because the defects are removed from the wood during the grading and edge gluing process.

CedarCraft is the only brand of Western Red Cedar planters that utilize these high quality rescued cedar panels.  Our products are beautifully engineered, easy to assemble and built to last.

 

Gardening Adventures

Growing CedarCraft in 2016

March 07, 2016

Spring is just around the corner and we're getting ready for the 2016 gardening season! CedarCraft is growing like wildflowers and this gardening season is sure to be a bumper crop of good stuff. We have a brand new product line that includes multiple sizes for our Elevated planters, smaller tiered Cascading planters, expandable raised beds, and self-watering planters! We're really excited to see what people plant in them this year. This year you'll find us in more retail locations, including some rotations at various Costco stores across the country and in a few independent gardening centers, too! Be sure to follow us on our CedarCraft Facebook page to stay on top of those details as they grow!  Along with...

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Putting Your CedarCraft Garden To Bed

October 27, 2015

The first frost is just around the corner, if not already here, for many gardeners in colder climates. Harvest season is over and winter is creeping its cold, icy fingers into garden beds. It’s time to clean up and prepare for next spring by putting your CedarCraft garden to bed. Putting in the extra cleanup effort at the end of fall will help you start your spring gardening season off on the right foot. Your planters will be clean, and filled with healthy, warm soil earlier than gardeners waiting for the ground to thaw out, which means you get a gardening head start on everyone else! Here are the simple steps that you need to do to put your gardens...

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