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Many thanks for sharing @John44, this looks fantastic.
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I realy like this will modify your design for my back yard the two end planters I'll make a bit smaller and place a seat where the middle planter sits with arm rests for my cup of tea and biscuts. I shouldn't forget the missus.
Thank you very kindly if you don't mind.
The original design was for smaller garden beds and a bigger seat in the middle (that's what the grass tree is sitting on but it just looked a bit small
It's been a while since we saw you on the site. It would be great to see what you've been up to lately.
Just wanted to let you know that this project has been incredibly popular with the Workshop community over the past year, with over 5000 views. Well done!
Hope all is well.
another way you could do this is with concrete sleepers slipped down between h beams
I love your raised garden concept John, as I work with our elders in the community i can see this as another option
Thankyou for sharing
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