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Raised Bed Gardens (Part 1) Building the Bed Frames

$155.00
4 Hours
Medium

Join us on our blog for step by step directions on how to build your raised bed gardens. In part 1 we discuss what kind of lumber we used, how much and how to put them together.
Each bed was constructed with 2x8 treated lumber.  Here they are ready to be set in the ground.
Each bed was constructed with 2x8 treated lumber. Here they are ready to be set in the ground.
The corner posts have "fancy" tops just for a fun look!
The corner posts have "fancy" tops just for a fun look!
We used some handy clamps to hold the corner posts in place while the screws went in.
We used some handy clamps to hold the corner posts in place while the screws went in.
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1 question
  • Deborah Klepfer Zaki
    on Oct 5, 2018

    Could this be the beginning of a real bed frame?????

    • DeeDee
      on Oct 5, 2018

      Hi Deborah! lol! I never thought about it, but I guess it could!

    • Jr Sharp
      on Oct 27, 2018

      Yep I have made Loft beds this way so the kids could put their dressers underneath or their desk or a Futon

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  • Sara Moran
    on Mar 26, 2013

    I think I might like this for my vegetable garden. Way easier to weed.

  • DeeDee
    on Mar 26, 2013

    Hi @Sara Moran! Yes Ma'am there is less space to watch over for sure!

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