Arzosah wrote: ↑
Wed Aug 26, 2020 8:13 am
Forge Corvus and jansman, thanks for that. I don't think I'd go for the work of making them moveable, it's about energy levels again. But I've realised I have a *lot* of bricks around, and I could certainly get enough together to make a base layer for at least a single bed.
I've seen raised beds made by laying bricks 'drystone' and also by stacking in a solid "L" shape to act as corners for loose planks...... Your only limit is your imagination
Rellies are all about having it done by landscapers and tons of soil imported all in a go, but with the difficulty we've mentioned in getting trades in, plus my own issues about re-using stuff that's in my garden, doing at least *some* of it myself is my aim.
They don't get the point, part of it is about self reliance, part about re-use/re-purpose/re-cycle and partly about practicing for doomsday
There's also a timber merchant about 20 minutes walk away, and I'll research their goods and prices as well.
You've got a timber merchant you can walk
to.... Wheres the "Insanely Jealous " emoticon when I need one?
I've taken the measurements of the garden, and putting it onto an Excel sheet - with the way the world is turning, I really need this garden to be properly efficient.
So you can build what you want, rather then what a contractor decides to give you
Jenny: Thats not a bad crop of onions for the space.