Garden boxes

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Don't you love growing vegetables in the summer? There is nothing better than a homegrown tomato! We don't usually end up with the greatest crop at the end of the season though, so I've been going through the Craftsy vegetable gardening course to learn all about the best methods of planting a successful vegetable garden. I'm learning lots of tips and secrets that I never knew about before, so I'm really looking forward to this growing season! Today, we put together our raised garden boxes…

Alex M
Raised Garden Beds, Raised Beds, Diy Raised Garden, Raised Bed, Raised Garden Beds Diy, Raised Planter, Raised Garden Beds Diy Vegetables, Garden Beds, Garden Boxes

These are instant download DIGITAL plans only to build the item - not the item or materials. Created easily from ordinary 2x4 and 2x6 lumber, these attractive beds look great anywhere. Even better, at 3' wide x 6' long x 18" deep, they allow a lot of space for growing. The raised beds are easy to create with the most basic of tools. In fact,all you need is a tape measure, a drill, drill-driver and a saw. The beds use just (3) 2 x 6 x 12's, (2) 2 x 6 x 10's, and (5) 2 x 4 x 8 boards to create…

Greg Hall
Gardening, Vegetable Garden Design, Planters, Container Gardening, Garden Planters, Planter Box Plans, Planter Boxes, Potato Planter, Potato Planters

Save $, DIY Purchase is for a PDF downloadable detail plan to build a Potato Planter Box. The Potato Planter Box is to be approx. 2'-4" (28") high x 2'-0" (24)" wide x 2'-0" (24") long. The plans are 9 pages of details for easy and sturdy assembly prints out on 8 1/2" x 11" paper. Estimated cost of material is $35. Experience level:beginner 020

Gardening, Back Garden Landscaping, Outdoor, Shaded Garden, Garden Landscaping, Garden Beds, Landscaping Supplies, Backyard Landscaping, Garden Layout

Have you been following along on Instagram? We have been talking about doing some yard work both front and backyard. It’s been a work in progress and last year we were all about just getting our yard graded, planting grass (who remembers when it was all dirt still), and doing a little planting. We knew […]

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