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Some new gardens for this year

Post  Theresa on Mon Mar 04, 2013 10:21 pm

This is a picture of me and the garden last year. We use raised gardens, and some of the wood on the gardens need to be replaced this year, we will still use our soil mix, and add new compost to it, but 4 of our original garden boxes will be replaced, they lasted 5 years, just untreated pine, untreated pine is pretty cheap wood, and to get 5 years of use out of it before it has to be replaced, I can't complain.


The table top is going on 4 years old now, and it has a plywood bottom with drain holes, it is holding up nicely and I don't see having to replace it any time soon.
I'm sure it would depend on what type and how thick of plywood you use as to how many years of use you will be able to get out of it.

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