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Rustikman
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May

Here are photos of beds being filled and retic added.We put jarrah wood chips in first for drainage, then pea straw, then sheep manure, then layers of ...

Rustikman
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May

Hi I didn't see that post but will check it out Thanks Jason

Rustikman
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May

We built these garden beds from jarrah end pieces from an auction. They are mightily heavy. My Son (Rustikman) built them after I modified and took i ...

Rustikman
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April

Hi Michael I am 67 and my son (Rustikman) Is building this for me. I logged him in so he could see what others are doing. We found some jarrah at auc ...

Rustikman
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April

Thanks @mdstorrsWe are doing one garden bed using a similar build to your main bed. It wont be moved again probably. Does yours drain onto the groun ...

Rustikman
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April

Am I able to use Marri instead of Jarrah for a raised garden bed

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mdstorrs
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May

That looks fantastic @Rustikman !I love the wood colour.

Community Manager Jason
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May

Well done @Rustikman. It looks fantastic and I'm sure will inspire many other community members. Great to see you have been inspired by @mdstorrs Tall ...

Adam_W
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Hi all & happy new DECADE!Well everything with our reno has slowed down a of late... damn you beastly budgets... but I've been fiddling away with a fe ...

mdstorrs
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April

Hi @Rustikman Straight onto the ground. We do have good drainage in the back yard, but even so, I have never seen water come out the bottom and just s ...

mdstorrs
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April

Hi @Rustikman I didn't use hardwood on mine, as the whole thing weighs over 1500 kg. The treated pine sleepers are quite heavy, so I imagine the hardw ...

mdstorrs
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March

It's been 15 months now, so I thought I would upload a few photos from my success. I won't horrify you with the failures. 13kg of Sweet Potatoes in o ...

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Rustikman
Budding Contributor
1 reply
May

Here are photos of beds being filled and retic added.We put jarrah wood chips in first for drainage, then pea straw, then sheep manure, then layers of ...

Rustikman
Budding Contributor
May

Hi I didn't see that post but will check it out Thanks Jason

Rustikman
Budding Contributor
7 replies
May

We built these garden beds from jarrah end pieces from an auction. They are mightily heavy. My Son (Rustikman) built them after I modified and took i ...

Rustikman
Budding Contributor
April

Hi Michael I am 67 and my son (Rustikman) Is building this for me. I logged him in so he could see what others are doing. We found some jarrah at auc ...

Rustikman
Budding Contributor
2 replies
April

Thanks @mdstorrsWe are doing one garden bed using a similar build to your main bed. It wont be moved again probably. Does yours drain onto the groun ...

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