I had a fully paved backyard and I've taken most of them off because I want green.
I'm thinking of making a raised garden bed in one slot and trying to figure out a way to use removed pavers
I want to know what's best way to stack them up at least 1' high rather than
using mortar in between. Appreciate if you have any ideas
Out the side I have or started to do a garden section (as you will see in pics below)
I have and will be taking my time but i'll end up using pots all in this area and you will see changes as I go -- oh the one with the stump remover was a tree dying so it had to go i'll see what other pics I have and show them later
here are a few so far
Is there a reason why you don't want the structure to be permanent? I'm sure Workshop members will be happy to provide advice.
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Not a specific reason, but I dont like the look of a wall/ or something that is built look. Will end up doing mortar if there s no other option
back to update. Ive done attached. still 20% done. hard to find time for this work as income is more important and my grinder broke
I would never have thought of putting your pavers on their sides and screwing or riveting them together as you have done. You must have really wanted to use those pavers?
I wonder how they will hold up to the pressure of the soil expanding over time with watering, plant growth, mulching etc? Will be interesting to see how they hold up.
yes i wanted to use them as there were no takers even for free
anyway cause it looks bit ugly i'lm thinking of covering from pallet timber and hope with grass and flower will make it look ok
i hope soil wont expand too much - i wouldnt have time to go back to square one and re-do