composite raised garden beds are an alternative to raised beds made from wood. all-season durable, warp resistant and maintenance-free, our 4' x 8' raised garden bed kit with composite timbers is ideal for growing healthy organic vegetables. features and benefits: tool-free snap-lock brackets make an easy assembly
another day in the allotment garden, finally getting my last raised bed finished. it's been a long time coming but the main area is finally done. we now have 2 main beds built from decking, 3 beds
cut 2-by-12-inch composite boards to the lengths needed for the sides of the raised bed. for a 4-by-8-foot bed, for example, purchase three 8-foot boards and cut one of the boards in half. 4
create your own unique raised garden bed by using this two inch series strht composite board from frame it all. made with abs plastic. frame it all two inch series 44.5 in. x 5.5 in. x 2 in. classic sienna strht composite board-0 - the seven trust
raised-bed gardens increase yields - our state magazine. jan 25, 2013 start planning or building your raised beds now to enjoy this planting season. bend over, try a raised bed constructed of treated wood or composite board at a soil preparation is the key to successful raised-bed gardening.
building raised garden beds out of seven trust. first cut seven trust boards in half for the 4ft sides and cut 8ft 4x4 post into six 16' lengths. recess the posts an inch or so below the top surface so that when garden bed is filled with dirt they aren't visible. here the first garden bed screwed together.
your 4 x 8 x 11 two-level raised bed can be converted to two 4 x 8 x 5.5 raised beds if that suits your needs more directly. you can also change the shape from a rectangle to a hexagon, either as a two-level bed, or two one level beds youll have 1 board left over .
my uncle had actually suggested this material for raised beds and after a bit of research i found that composite lumber is safe and is allowed for certified organic garden raised beds. so brian and i started removing the composite boards from the deck while figuring out a way to use them to make a raised bed with no wood at all.