Grow Bags - 100 Gallon

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These raised bed grow bags from Bootstrap Farmer are the perfect fit for your hobby or commercial growing needs.

At Bootstrap Farmer, we produce our own grow bags at a more effective price point compared to others on the market. If you're someone who's looking for a large 100 gallon grow bag that's cost-effective, we have just the right one for you.

100 Gallon Grow Bags Built to Last

Our 100 gallon grow bags should last you 3 years under normal environmental conditions. Our large grow bag has reinforced handles that make it easy to transport. This grow bag also prevents heat build-up, allows excess water to drain away, and aerates soil.


  • 100 gallon durable grow bag
  • 4.16' diameter, and 12” deep
  • Makes a perfect raised bed for your garden
  • Provides ideal drainage and aeration
  • Encourages root pruning to stimulate growth
  • Great for air pruning to produce a better plant than a root-bound plant
  • Reusable for many seasons
  • Made of food safe recycled plastic and felt
  • Washable and foldable for storage
  • Free Shipping to Contiguous US (48 States) over $49
  • Hassle-Free Returns


Grow Bag Planting Guide

(Grow bag sizes and soil: approximate measurements if filled to the top.)

5 gal .66 cf

Single plant

or combination of smaller leafy greens.

7 gal .93 cf 

Tomato, peppers, eggplants, woody herbs like rosemaryor

 Mix of food crops like a cocktail garden (Mint- lemon verbena-rosemary trailing-eucalyptus).

10 gal 1.3 cf 

Long season root crops like garlic or onions, carrots and beets: large herbs or

small fruit trees, bay tree

100 gal 10.3 cf 

Used in place of a raised bed box.

Root crops, large planting of leafy greens and lettuce

200 gal 26 cf.

Used in place of a raised bed box.

*same plants as 100gal.


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  • If you buy more than 20 are there fixing on them?

    Yes you can buy more than 20 grow bags.  Just submit a request on our contact form with the details and we can give you custom order pricing:

  • How do these bags hold up against gophers? Will they chew through the bottom?

    Good question which im afraid I don't have a definitive answer.  It takes a lot of effort to rip the fabric.  I imagine a gopher would need to put some effort into it but it could get through.  

    These are made out of a leach free food safe polypropylene fabric woven plastic.  A gopher could probably chew through but it would not enjoy doing so. We have never heard of anyone mention that they had a gopher chew through yet.  If this was something you were really concerned about you could line the bottom with hardware cloth which is a steel mesh available at any hardware store.

  • How long does shipping take once an order is placed?

    We generally ship out next business day for orders placed after 7AM EST.   Depending on your location to Paris, TX in most cases it will take between 1 - 4 business days after shipping to arrive.

  • I know the soil will stay a bit cooler in summer time in grow bags compared to solid plastic containers. However, if I plant a dwarf fruit tree like a peach or apple in one of these grow bags and leave it outside in winter (zone 5 ), will the plant survive harsh winters? Will the grow bag with soil inside will provide enough protection to the roots as if the tree is planted in the soil out in the garden? Please explain. Thanks very much.

    The 100 gallon grow bags are wide (about 4’ across) but not very deep (about 12 inches).  Other than the bulk of soil surrounding the root ball, the grow bag itself will not offer any insulation properties through a winter.   A deeper grow bag like a 25 gallon for fruit trees might be a better winter home ….BUT again the actual fabric of the bags (felt) does not offer much in terms of insulation properties.

  • Would the 100 gallon work for potatoes or sweet potatoes?

    The 100 gallon would work but our 200 gallon grow bags might be a bit better suited because of the extra hieght that it has.

  • What is best to fill with for strawberry plants and tomato plants

    Tomatoes can be done with anywhere from 3-7 gallon bags.  Strawberries I would recommend either a 5-7 gallon, or the lower profile 100 gallon.

  • How much soil or compost does the bag require?

    It will take a little over 13 cubic feet to fill the 100 gallon grow bag up.