@Krustyfundoh It's not in the ground at all actually. I used Cypress. Basically it's 4 posts down each side with the 200x50 capping and the tin tying it together. The only change I would make would be to have something running across the middle pulling it together as it wants to sag because it's so big and there's so much pressure with 5 cubic metres of volume in there.
Good luck! Can't wait to see some pics when you're done.
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I love this idea! A fence that can really provide a little beauty! Great job guys! Kel
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Hi @Doonesbaby, it's going really well thanks! I just planted out both beds with self seeded cherry tomato plants so am expecting to feed the street this summer.
The only element I would change would be to have built in support across the bed as they bowed a little when I first put soil in them. Otherwise they just get a light sand back and another oil every year or two.