With some timber, colour bond edging and some old tin freshly painted I whipped up some raised garden beds.
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Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @crazycrisi and thanks for sharing your first project with us.
This looks fantastic and ties in nicely with your fencing. I'm sure this project will inspire many of our members.
What are you going to plant?
It's great to have you join us @crazycrisi. Those look sensational, and I really like the design you've chosen!
I'd also be keen to hear what winter veggies you'll be planting in them. I'll be planting out winter vegetables for the first time this year and would love to hear some suggestions.
Many thanks for sharing your project, and I look forward to your next one.
Let me mention @crazycrisi, so they are alerted to your questions. You should find this step-by-step guide useful: How to fill a raised garden bed by @Noelle. Within the guide, @Noelle suggests using aggregate at the base to provide a drainage layer. You can also use weedmat or geofabric, which will allow water through but not soil or potting mix particles.
I used weed mat then some garden rocks I had. I used mostly top soil, some compost and a bit of potting mix. I then I put mulch over the top