How to build a MASSIVE Raised Garden - For Wheelchair Users!
Building a large raised garden was something Cambry and I have wanted to do for awhile. And what a better time to start gardening... than the present? Hopefully we can get something to grow out of our raised flower beds. We used 2x12 redwood boards for this project, each 12 feet long. The inner measurement of each finger is 4 feet exactly, and the 'pathway' between fingers is 3ft 9inches. And the total length of the back side is 28 feet. We were able to build it in a weekend, but it took a LOT of dirt to fill up. Let us know what we should plant! We need tips!
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