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mingus707

Using Sharp Sand or river sand (as opposed to beach sand) tends to keep cats and snails off of the veggie bed. It can also double as a mulch too in a lot of situations.

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Liliana Lees

REDcycle make panels from recycled plastic that can be used for garden beds and will not rot in our lifetime and they can also be recycled again!
Creativeity is limited by your imagination.
http://www.replas.com.au/using-replas-profiles-to-help-the-garden-grow/

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julesvang
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