How to build a portable raised garden bed?

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This lifted bed park is deep enough for large plants such as tomatoes and ornamental peppers. The higher altitude makes the work stand back-up that saves back. To save time, have all the woodcuts in length in the wooden yard. We peek at our planter in two blue shades. Feet made of sturdy four × four posts; Wood stretchers at the base keep planter from shake. Follow our step-by-step guide to rolling your way to a comfortable portable garden bed.

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(3) Two × six × 37-inches of cedar boards

(2) One × four × 16 ½ ½-inches of cedar boards

(6) One × six × 38 ½-inches of cedar boards

(6) One × six × 16½ inches of cedar boards

(4) Two × four × 13-inch cedar board

(4) Cedar post four × four × 21½ inches

(2) Two × 4 × 28 ½ ½-inches of cedar boards

(2) Two × four × 9 ½ inches of cedar boards

2-inch exterior screw

3 ½ inch exterior screw

Drill

(4) casters (two lockings)

Wood stains

Brush

6 feet Weed-blocking portable bed liners

Step 1: Build Base

Place the third of the two × six boards side by side; Place two of 1 × four boards vertically on three panels. Position the board one × 4 4 inches from both ends to the center of the three-piece board. Tighten the board along with a 2-inch screw using a drill.

Step 2: Create a rectangular box

To make a rectangular box:

  1. Tighten two cedar boards one × six × 38½ inches to two panels one × six × 18 inches.
  2. Use a 3½-inch screw to secure the board along with a drill.
  3. Position the board that is longer outside the board shorter when booking together.
  4. Create two more boxes to stack on top of each other.

These boxes will be the side of the planter of your bed.

Step 3: Install the base to the box

After making a base and a rectangular box:

  1. Paste the part of Step 1 into one box frame with a cross board at the bottom.
  2. Join the rectangular box’s bottom using a 1½ inch piece of scrap wood, even for distance.
  3. Tighten the bottom to the parcel using a 2-inch screw every 6 inches.

Step 4: Install the base beam.

Add the remaining box section. Place 13 inches 2 × four at each corner, even with the bottom of the box. The board will be 2 inches shorter than the top of the box. Tighten the board into the box with a 3½-inch screw.

Step 5: Tighten the post to the box

Hold the box on the post board 4 × 4. Align the position on the inside of the box to stick together. Tighten the post along with a drill from inside the box using four 3½-inch screws for each post.

Step 6: Install Crosspieces to Post

Place the remaining two × four boards between posts and position it ½ inch from the post’s bottom. Drill through 2 × 4s into the bar at an angle. Tighten Crosspieces to post using a 3½-inch screw.

Step 7: Add a finishing touch

Tighten the castor to the base of the post using a 2-inch screw—the wheelbarrow stains to the color you want (we chose Baby Blue). You are covering the planter with Weed-blocking bed liners and the contents of the porbed with the ground. Then, planting your favorite seasonal vegetables for fresh products, and the most accessible, directly to your table.

Tip Editor:

To make this planter that can be moved on the wheel, attach two locking casters to one short side of the bed lifted and two standard castors to the other side.

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