Used sienna sleepers which are arsenic-free ( 6mtr X 1mtr) better for Veg patch. cost me 270$ including delivery.
Looks fantastic @srikanth_ch. Congratulations. Looking forward to seeing your vegies flourishing in that wonderful space very soon!
A very warm welcome to the Workshop community. We're rapt you could join us and look forward to seeing more of your projects and reading all about your home improvement plans. It looks like you have some great skills and knowledge to share, so feel free to join in all the discussions across the site, and post whenever you need a hand with anything.
They look solid! Do let us know what kind of soil mix you use in them and how you intend to water them, manually or otherwise. Do they get any shade?
I have a similar veggie patch. I was under the impression it would withstand the weather. What's corflute?
Will staining help?
Corflute is that double layered sheet of plastic. It's quite cheap. See photo. Also, landscapers told me they apply timber decking oil. Right now the Bunnings has one on sale for $50 that can cover about 12m2. It's all about sealing the timber. And Sienna sleepers are the best for raised planters.