More and more gardeners are opting for raised garden beds. Why not? After all, raised garden beds make gardening a whole lot easier. This means easy access to plants; because they’re elevated, you no longer have to stoop or bend down. You might as well say goodbye to backaches. If you’re planning on making a raised garden bed, add something that can help protect your plants.
A removal raised garden bed fence will help keep unwanted animals and critters that would otherwise harm your plants away. And because it’s removable, you won’t have the discomfort of reaching in over the fence. You can simply remove them while you’re gardening and then put them back when you’re done.
This is actually a very simple DIY project that you can easily finish in less than a day. Why not make one? The long-term benefits are totally worth your time and effort.
- Two 1″ x 2″ x 8′ wood furring strips
- Two 2-foot wood dowels, 5/8″ diameter
- One 2-foot piece of PVC pipe, 1″ diameter
- Eight 1 1/2″ wood screws (I would use a #6 or #8)
- Eight 3/4″ wood screws (I would use a #6)
- Two-four 1″ plastic conduit brackets
- 1-foot x 4-foot piece of hardware cloth
- Electric drill & drill bits
- Tape measure or ruler
- Metal wire-cutting pliers
- Staple gun and staples
- Stain or weatherproof coating (optional)
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If you want to make a removable raised garden bed, you can get the step-by-step instructions here…