My garden bed front fence.

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by timdawg
February 2016

great idea! @timjeffries

by Dave
March 2016

looks amazing! nice work

by ToolCollector
May 2016

Excellent job!

Unfortunately I had to remove my brick version from the front garden as it became a dumping ground for people's cigarette ends and rubbish.

by Community Manager Jason
May 2016

That's a shame @ToolCollector! Did you build it yourself?

 

Let me also extend a very warm welcome to the Workshop community. It's fantastic to have you join us. 

 

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by timjeffries
May 2016

@ToolCollector that's such a shame! I did wonder about that when I built it but so far we really haven't had any issues. Someone once stole a tomato trellis out of it but the little old ladies that live across the road were so incensed by it that they hunted them down and stole it back!

by ToolCollector
May 2016

@timjeffries Great to see you have caring neighbours - Beware the Vege Vigilantes!

by Kermit
May 2016

@timjeffries

 

I'm picturing your neighbourhood grannies looking something like this:

 

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by timjeffries
May 2016

@Kermit I really need a like button right now.

by Krustyfundoh
October

Hi there, great job Tim...I'm interested in building something like that when I put my new carport up...any tips would be great....have you concreted the bits of wood in2 the ground...and what type of wood did you use? Any help or pointers would be great Tim? Kind regards Krusty 

 

by Community Manager Jason
October

Thanks for your post @Krustyfundoh and a warm welcome to Workshop. I'm sure @timjeffries will be happy to help with your project. I hope you find plenty of other great tips, information and inspiration on Workshop. Thanks for joining the community.

 

Jason

by timjeffries
October

@Krustyfundoh It's not in the ground at all actually. I used Cypress. Basically it's 4 posts down each side with the 200x50 capping and the tin tying it together. The only change I would make would be to have something running across the middle pulling it together as it wants to sag because it's so big and there's so much pressure with 5 cubic metres of volume in there.

 

Good luck! Can't wait to see some pics when you're done.

by Community Manager Jason
February - last edited April

If you're visiting Workshop for the first time, please let me extend a very warm welcome. I'm sure you will find Workshop is a fantastic place for D.I.Y. and gardening discussion. 

 

You might be interested to read more about the creator of this project - @timjeffries. You can read a profile on Tim on our blog at https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Blog/Good-for-the-soul/ba-p/3303

 

We hope you enjoy browsing the site and look forward to you joining in the discussion and sharing your projects.

 

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