Build Raised Garden Troughs Along a Fence
Raised garden troughs – First, cut four 11 1/4-inch pieces of 4 x 4 posts. Mark each section before cutting the mail. Then power consumption in standby two of these pieces against the wall of the fence, located as far apart as you want the bed width should be. Drill two 1/16-inch-diameter pilot holes through the back of the fence to each post, and then connect the posts to fence with 3-inch galvanized wood screws.
Cut three pieces of 2 by 12 boards. One must match the desired width of your raised garden troughs, and the other two should be the length, desired box extending from the fence. Next, place the two side boards against the outside edges of fence posts, using a carpenter’s square, so they extend perpendicularly from the fence.
Through each side board and fence posts, Drill two pilot holes. Using wood screws and a screwdriver to fix them permanently. Screw two other post section to the second end of the side boards, located on the inside edge. Screw the longer the board in place on the last two post sections to fill in the box with the fence makes the fourth side. Last, fill the bottom half of the raised garden troughs with sticks, leaves and other lawn debris. Hindan this with soil or compost.