Oxy-Shield® Podium Rings
- Decorative garden bed feature in three sizes
- Use singly or in multiple configurations
- Unique built-in interlocking system
- Oxy-Shield Landscapers Steel
- Develops a rich, earthy patina
- Resists corrosion – durable long-lasting steel
DECORATIVE GARDEN FEATURE WITH NATURAL EARTHY TONES
Personalise your garden space with multiple configurations.
Oxy-Shield Podium Landscape Rings add an architecturally inspired element to your garden. Ideal for garden beds, there are three ring sizes than can be used on their own to highlight your garden bed. Alternatively, the rings can be used in multiple configurations for maximum effect and creativity.
Oxy-Shield is a specially formulated landscaping steel designed to impart a decorative rust-look without the inherent degradation of regular steel. The surface oxidises to form a protective coating resistant to corrosion and flaking – a durable long-lasting steel.
Rustic tones will further develop and enhance over time; to accelerate the effect, spray regularly with a fine mist of water. With a rich, earthy patina – a favourite amongst landscapers, the decorative finish blends effortlessly into any backyard or courtyard setting and with traditional and modern gardens.
Is it safe to grow vegetable in Jack Oxy-Shield Planters and Rings?
It is absolutely safe to grow edible plants inside of a steel container, whether that container is galvanized, power coated, or a weathered landscaper’s steel like Oxy-Shield.
Steel itself is made from mined iron and is a sustainable and recyclable resource. Steel is often treated with zinc for durability, and while a small amount of zinc may seep into your soil over time, this will not impact the organic soil inside the bed. Actually, zinc is a mineral that’s naturally found in soil and is a plant micronutrient. You actually need to take in a small amount of zinc to survive, and guess what… so do your plants!
Any zinc taken up by the soil or the plants growing inside your Oxy-Shield beds will not be enough to negatively impact you or be considered harmful.
And if there is a concern with corroding steel contaminating soil and plants, it’s good to know that Oxy-Shield completely resists corrosion and they’re completely safe for growing food. The amount of iron-oxide released into the soil during the rust process is non-toxic and will not disadvantageously affect plants.
Create an edible garden with Oxy-shield Podiums
Podium Landscape Rings – Large
Podium Landscape Rings – Medium
Podium Landscape Rings – Small