1. Mark the layout of the vegetable garden and place reinforcements for connecting the elements
2. Lay the first layer
3. Check the level
4. Install the next layer
5. Mount a flat bar between the elements
6. Insert the plug

When assembling, it is recommended to use silicone to fill the gaps between the elements and increase the stability of the structure. Silicone will prevent the elements from shifting when filling the vegetable garden with soil, enhancing both its appearance and durability. The vegetable garden should be mounted on a flat, stable surface. Where the elements join, it is recommended to use a concrete slab, block, airbricks, or brick. The elements are placed upright on stainless steel tubes in the correct order. Finally, glue the plugs into the holes where the tubes are located using silicone.

After completing the assembly, it is essential to protect the inner walls of the vegetable garden with foil.

After lining the inner walls of the vegetable garden with foil, slowly and carefully fill the structure with soil. Pay special attention to the flat bars during this process. Filling too quickly or carelessly can deform the entire structure, causing shifts, tilts, and cracks in the concrete elements.