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8' X 2' Raised Wooden Garden Bed for $55.99 + Free Shipping

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Ainfox LLC via Walmart [walmart.com] has 8' X 2' Raised Wooden Garden Bed for $55.99 + Free Shipping

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At Home Depot, you could get two 10' 2x10 PT ground-contact boards for $50. Cut two 8' pieces, and you'd have two 2' pieces for the ends. Roughly the same cost, better longevity for the wood, a little more work, though you'd probably want to line the boards if you're growing food for consumption.

I did it just for comparison. Seems like a decent deal to save some labor and time, but it appears to be untreated wood, which may be good or bad depending on your perspective.
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Pinus sylvestrisLMAO Scotch pine. Will rot quickly.
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Quote from karrun :
Pinus sylvestrisLMAO Scotch pine. Will rot quickly.
Perfect for the garden as it decomposes it will feed the garden!
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At Home Depot, you could get two 10' 2x10 PT ground-contact boards for $50. Cut two 8' pieces, and you'd have two 2' pieces for the ends. Roughly the same cost, better longevity for the wood, a little more work, though you'd probably want to line the boards if you're growing food for consumption.

I did it just for comparison. Seems like a decent deal to save some labor and time, but it appears to be untreated wood, which may be good or bad depending on your perspective.
Get some of these to make it modular, easy to put together & you're good to go. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Oldca.../206501693
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I'm about to build a garden bed of about this size and I'm hoping it will last a long time. What is the best choice in terms of cost and my time? This deal? Some kind of plastic?
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Get some of these to make it modular, easy to put together & you're good to go. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Oldca.../206501693
Agreed, I did this for my raised beds.. still look brand new 3 years in. paired with a little reward to hold them in place and some treated llumber. so easy to make and so nice to have fresh tomatoes.

pro tip- grab some hardware wire for the bottom if you are worried about gophers
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I'm about to build a garden bed of about this size and I'm hoping it will last a long time. What is the best choice in terms of cost and my time? This deal? Some kind of plastic?
I made a 4'x8'x12" raised bed from 2"x6" pressure treated lumber & the concrete corners I linked. I think it cost $75 total. Easy to put together. You can have Home Depot or Lowes cut the wood for you. The wood should last a decade, at least, & the concrete "forever".
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Agreed, I did this for my raised beds.. still look brand new 3 years in. paired with a little reward to hold them in place and some treated llumber. so easy to make and so nice to have fresh tomatioes.
Doesn't treated lumber contain cyonide? If so, I would not grow food anywhere near it.
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"Do not use treated wood where it may come into direct contact with food, such as cutting boards, counter tops, beehives, animal feed storage, silos, water troughs, compost bins, mulch, or as an edging for an edible garden."
https://www.canada.ca/en/health-c...-wood.html
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Use cedar
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Get some of these to make it modular, easy to put together & you're good to go. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Oldca.../206501693
This looks great. Thank you for posting.
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If you don't care much about look just grab a few fence picket and a 4x4 much cheaper that way.

Your friend has shared a link to a Home Depot product they think you would be interested in seeing.

5/8 in. x 3-1/2 in. x 6 ft. Western Red Cedar Dog-Ear Fence Picket

https://www.homedepot.com/p/205757682
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Yea I opted not to use pressure treated wood. I don't think they're as bad as they used to be but didn't want any chemicals leaching on to food I'm going to eat.

Went with untreated Redwood which is rot resistant. Cedar is also a good choice.
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go with costco vinyl one 4*8 for $64
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