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Raised Garden Beds

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Category Home & Garden
Type Functional
Style Outdoorsy, Classic, Casual, Traditional, Romantic
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What materials did you use? Corner posts: 8-foot 4x4' - Long side boards: 8 foot 2x6's (we cut some of those in half to make the end boards) - heavy plastic sheeting - mulch - power drill - screwdriver - level - shovel - heavy mallot - long nails and screws - chain saw - dirt - pedestals and urns

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What are you most proud of? That we didn't 'think' it to death. We got in there, got going, and had fun with this project. The end result exceeded our expectations.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? It's not for beginners, you do need basic carpentry skills.

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Very nice! We just got rid of a huge above ground pool and was thinking of raised beds. Your gardens have given me inspiration. Thanks

05/02/2013 Flag

Thank you for sharing this with us. I like the way you made the garden a showpiece by adding the arch and urns. We have a large blank backyard and this gives me ideas!

06/25/2013 Flag

These are exactly what I need to make my raised veg beds, what a beautiful garden.

10/08/2013 Flag

What size boards did you use for your raised beds - and what size are the corner stakes? Also- how much walk space is in between them? Thanks! Susie

03/26/2014 Flag

Oops - I didn't see that you already said the size of the wood! in the corners did you use the whole 4 by 4 or cut it in half? like how much walk space you allowed - thanks! Susie

03/26/2014 Flag