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Holland River Red Concrete Paver Brick (7.75"x4"x1.75") EXPIRED

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Beginning on 4/8, Home Depot will have Holland brick pavers 4 for $1. Color selection may vary by location.

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Regular price for me. Sux...
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Quote from Twins88 :
The website says the material is "Concrete". Is that safe to build a raised bed? Thanks.
It is safe, but I think you would be better off finding some reasonably priced treated yellow pine or cedar. That's how I did my raised bed. Actually instead of one raised garden bed, I have three garden boxes that I space out. One for cantaloupe and watermelons, one for cucumbers and peppers, and one for tomatoes.. Anyway, find some wood blocks for the corners, and just line up your wood and nail them right into the corner blocks. If you want, you can treat the outside as well with something like Minwax, which will help provide additional protection from the sun.

One of the reasons I like using the wood is I do a coat of Rustoleum spray paint on the outside and do a custom look, then each year I either touch up or paint over it with a new look. If you don't care, the treated wood should be fine on its own.

Whatever you do, don't buy the raised garden kits. You might get one season out of them and then they start to rot out.

One last tip. If you get a lot of cardboard boxes from places like Amazon. LIne the bottom of your raised bed with the cardboard boxes, then throw the dirt over it. When the cardboard gets mushy, you'll get a lot of worms in the soil that eat the cardboard and when they leave their castings it will help your garden grow from the extra nutrients. You can buy worm castings at stores like Lowe's, but no point when you can just use your extra boxes. Good luck.
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Regular price for me. Sux...
Sale is tomorrow
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Don't show me 4 for a dollar
Sale starts tomorrow
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For those questioning the integrity of these, i find them suitable for most. I bought the gray holland bricks for a driveway extension and does very well. Even had 2 tires and a large full Load of a F350 super duty on it and everything was fine. Not one crack. If you're using this as a foundation bed, I really don't see a problem as long as you're prepping the rock/soil bed right.
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Don't show me 4 for a dollar
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OK.... I won't !!!
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Awesome, I've been waiting for this one. Does anyone know exactly what time this sale will start online, if I'm Pacific time? It seems they usually have this sale at the beginning of April every year, does anyone know if they usually sell out quit?
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Unless its a small walkway save yourself a massive headache and get 16" or at least 12" pavers. They are so much easier to keep level and wont shift around as much.
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One person has a picture of a fire pit on HD site. What would be the downside of using this for an in-ground firepit? Nothing gigantic - 3 ft in diameter...
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Has anyone used these to go around their artificial turf?
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One person has a picture of a fire pit on HD site. What would be the downside of using this for an in-ground firepit? Nothing gigantic - 3 ft in diameter...
These are definitely not the fire resistant type.
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One person has a picture of a fire pit on HD site. What would be the downside of using this for an in-ground firepit? Nothing gigantic - 3 ft in diameter...
These bricks are not designed to be used as a fire place or fire pit where the temperatures get blazing hot. If the temperatures of the bricks fluctuate too rapidly from the fire then the bricks will crack. They make "fire bricks" that can withstand but are more expensive.
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