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A Beautiful Example of Raised Beds

Posted by Sheila0 7a So. MD (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 19, 02 at 10:23

There is a fantastic example of Raised Beds right here on the Garden Web in the Greenhouse forum.
Although it is in a greenhouse, it shows how it was made and what material is used inside the beds for protection from the wood. It starts on part 5 for those interested in the raised beds or just follow the pages, they are worth the look. It is called:

"THE TAJ MAHAL GREENHOUSE"

http://www.faculty.sbc.edu/simpson/Greenhouse/Index.html

I can't find the link, so I will have to give you the URL. However, when I find it, I will post it later.

We all watched it being built in the greenhouse forum
and it was so much fun.
It is really worth the look.
Sheila


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RE: A Beautiful Example of Raised Beds

Does this come through as a link? It is an awesome project.
The raised beds would be great for someone just building them.

Here is a link that might be useful: http://www.faculty.sbc.edu/simpson/Greenhouse/Part 5.html


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RE: A Beautiful Example of Raised Beds1

I found a way, If you go to the bottom of the forum page
and do a search for:
Taj Mahal Update
change the dot to the entire site. A page with pictures comes up, Beautiful, and the link is under the pictures.
Good Luck,
Sheila


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RE: A Beautiful Example of Raised Beds

anniecat-- That worked great. Thanks. I put the other one on before I knew you did this. Thank you.
THE ENTIRE THING can be reached via the home page there, or using the other one.
Sheila


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RE: A Beautiful Example of Raised Beds

Lifetime maintenance free outdoor raised beds.
My raised veggie beds w/ a perennial garden within.







Paul


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