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  1. Landscaping & Lawn Care
    I've build a few raised beds before, i typically level the entire space (4'x8') then build a rectangle box on top. This situation is different as its into a hill. I anchors 8 posts in the 4 corners, then was going to add more posts in middle, then just fasten the metal panels. However, i'd...
  2. Gardening Forum
    Ok so here goes: Nothing planted yet. The raised garden bed is about 18 inches out from the wall of my house (width), 32 feet long, at it's deepest is about 18 inches. The problem is, at the other end of the garden bed it is only 12 inches deep. The other problem is that it is in shade for...
  3. Gardening Forum
    Hello I just build a 4' x 12' raised garden bed using 4" x 4" AC2 treated lumber. I've read that it could be concerning to use treated lumber in vegetable garden beds like this. One solution I've read about is putting 6mil plastic around the inside of the bed to minimize leaching of the...
  4. Landscaping & Lawn Care
    I'm in process of making a 4' x 12' raised garden on my hill. I have put in three posts with concrete and wondering if I need to dig all the way down to connect the entire box or can I just run the posts into the hill until I get to the top few rows (obviously then I would connect them).
  5. Landscaping & Lawn Care
    I would like to place a raised garden bed constructed of cedar planks next to my kitchen window. Mainly because that area of the yard gets the sunlight I need. However, where there had been a garden bed from a previous owner, there's a drainage issue. Everything slopes roasted my house and...
  6. Landscaping & Lawn Care
    :yes:Hello, I am inquiring about how much of various ingredients do I need to fill my raised garden bed? The dimensions of the four beds that I had built are 4 x 8 and 2 feet tall. I would like any advice to this question. I would like to use these beds for vegetables and am unsure which...
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