Make Garden Fencing Panels Become Raised Bed

Oct 3rd

Garden fencing panels – Raised beds to improve drainage and bring the work space in the garden where the gardener easier access to it. Re-use of fencing materials cuts down on the cost of building a raised bed. First, measure the height of the messages, so you can calculate how much you need for your project. Than measure the circumference of the raised garden bed you want to build. For a standard 6-inch-deep raised bed, you would need a double stack of 4 inch by 4 inch posts. So you would multiply your perimeter with 2.

Wooden Garden Fencing Panels
Wooden Garden Fencing Panels

Measure and cut the garden fencing panels with a saw as is necessary in order to fit in your perimeter. Confirm stacked messages using 3-inch metal joints with a threaded hole at each end and wood screws. Depending on how long your stack, and how wide are your messages, you might want to do this on the outside and the inside of each corner. When the stacked messages are securely attached, firm the soil you dug your trench from the outside and the inside of the bottom corner.

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Line with landscape grade plastic sheets from the top of the inner wall down, leaving about two centimeters below plinth. Staple the foil along the upper and the middle one in 1 meter increments with a staple gun. Enter your raised garden fencing panels bed with a mixture of your native soil, compost and what other changes are necessary for your plants.