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mdstorrs
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May

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

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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 ...

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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 ...

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April

I've really loosened up the soil this time and I've added extra compost. Let's hope I get even straighter ones. @Kermit

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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March

Hi @Jessa I didn't sand back and stain. It looks pretty good as is. It's god a great colour and texture for the backyard,

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March

Hi @bluemoonskye and @Jason The team of boffins at my work thought hard and long over this. It was hard getting enough material no matter what I use ...

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March

Hi @Jessa.I used the H4 Microshades timber. 200mm x 50mm. It was probably overkill for the job. The final product probably weighs over a tonne.I line ...

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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 ...

Community Manager Jason
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January 2019

Looks fantastic @mdstorrs. Well done! Many thanks for sharing. Let me also extend a very warm welcome to the Workshop community. We look forward to ...

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mdstorrs
Junior Contributor
May

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

mdstorrs
Junior Contributor
1 reply
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
Junior Contributor
3 replies
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
Junior Contributor
April

I've really loosened up the soil this time and I've added extra compost. Let's hope I get even straighter ones. @Kermit

mdstorrs
Junior Contributor
3 replies
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 ...

mdstorrs
Junior Contributor
March

Hi @Jessa I didn't sand back and stain. It looks pretty good as is. It's god a great colour and texture for the backyard,

mdstorrs
Junior Contributor
1 reply
March

Hi @bluemoonskye and @Jason The team of boffins at my work thought hard and long over this. It was hard getting enough material no matter what I use ...

mdstorrs
Junior Contributor
2 replies
March

Hi @Jessa.I used the H4 Microshades timber. 200mm x 50mm. It was probably overkill for the job. The final product probably weighs over a tonne.I line ...

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