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Photo of a small traditional full sun backyard brick landscaping in San Francisco for spring.

Raised Bed Vegetable Garden

This veggie bed is accessible from every angle and easy on the back - everything grows right in front of you...no bending over required. Photo Credit: Mark Pinkerton

Photo of a small traditional full sun backyard brick landscaping in San Francisco for spring. —  Houzz

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Kadijah Williams wrote:November 20, 2013
jillsteck wrote:February 10, 2014
Are the raised beds completely filled with soil?

davishousewa wrote:March 21, 2014
How big is the area?

kathyhiltz wrote:May 5, 2014
What type of wood did you use?

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    They are lined with sticky membrane to prevent water leaking and rot.
  • minjeeah

    Love the look :) :) :) :) :) So do ya'll have any ideas for garden beds??

beverlygrimes wrote:March 15, 2015
Price

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    Could you be more specific about your question? The veggie beds in question are custom so price is highly variable.

tomas21 wrote:April 14, 2015
sharjz wrote:August 30, 2015
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    Sticky membrane is a self adhering, rubberized material commonly used to wrap houses, as a base layer for roofing and seal around windows and doors. If you line the interior of your planting boxes with it you create a barrier that water can't penetrate thereby illiminating wood rot and extending the life of your box.

    I'm partial to redwood because of its rot resistance and its commonly available in Northern California. That said, I recognize that it's not available everywhere or if it is, it's very costly relative to cedar.

Scott A wrote:March 10, 2016
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    It's made of 2x material and 4x4 posts at each corner. You can have the boxes site on site since the weight is sufficient to hold them in place, however here in California we don't have frost or freezes to consider so you may want to put posts into the ground. You can use any material is resistant to rot. Redwood is readily available here (redwood trees grow here), but we realize that it's not available everywhere and if it is, its very costly.

Nicole Lepoutre-Baldocchi wrote:March 23, 2016
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