How to Build a Raised Garden Bed. THE ULTIMATE Pallet Wood Vegetable Garden.

How to easily build a raised garden bed out of wooden pallets for free! …Well almost free. Building a raised vegetable garden with pallets or reclaimed wood is a really rewarding experience. The garden bed idea out of pallets came about from the fact that l wanted to build a rustic looking raised garden bed. A vegetable garden bed that not only provides delicious food, but looks good at the same time. The recycled wood has come from hardwood timber pallets that have been sourced totally FREE of charge!

I've always wanted to build a raised vegetable garden bed so stay tuned to this video.
The garden beds will be approx. 2.4 metres (8 foot) long x 1.2metres (4 foot) wide.

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Music Titles: Jennys Theme and Banjo Short

Materials and Tools Required for Constructing a Raised Vegetable Garden Bed out of Wooden Pallets with sides of 380mm (15 inches) high and 2400mm (94 inches) long are;

Materials:
Three to Four Hardwood Pallets. (Free)
Two Packets (100 screws per packet) of 40mm Outdoor Screws to build your Panels.
$14.00
One Packet of 65mm (50 per Packet) Out door Screws to attach your Panels to each other. $8.00

Tools:
Drop Saw, Hand Saw or Circular Saw.
Cordless Drill with size 2 Phillips Head Bit.
Drill bit for drilling pilot holes. The drill bit needs to be smaller in diameter than the screw you are using.
An Electric Planer (if you plan to dress your timber).
A Square.
A Bar Clamp (used for pulling the boards together if you want a tight fit prior to screwing together)
A Tape Measure.
A Nail Punch.
A Hammer.
A Pencil.
A Shovel and a,
Spirit Level.

Extras if Desired:
One length of 25mm Poly Pipe at 3 metres long and two 20mm lengths of 3 metre Poly Pipe (used for bird netting support). $20.00
One packet of 25mm galvanized pipe brackets (to secure the Poly Pipe). $6.00
Bird Netting. $15.00
One Roll of Garden Mat. $12.00
One tin (1 litre) of water based oil. $25.00

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Uncle Knackers.

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32 Comments

  1. Wow, the into music was way too loud, and your voice is way too low.

  2. In the USA we call those things “crowbars”, liking the ends to a crows feet.

  3. Id worry about using pallets in food gardens. Alot of pallets are treated or carried harmfull and dagerous chemicals.  And yes treated lumber or contaminated wood leaches out over years.  Ive personally had non bio arsenic poisoning just from working with treated lumber.  I would definitely look into the pallets manufacture and what was carried on them if you intend to use them.   I use scraps from home builds no treatments and all is reliably clean.  Dont get me wrong though I love the project.

  4. Hi Have anyone tried to pound the nails in instead of Pulling it out. I think by pounding it you can avoid prying and cutting.
    Let me know if anyone tried it.

  5. Amazing, I like it!

  6. Nice job mate, that is the very fellow for me !!

  7. McDonald's Farmer

    I love that outfit. Cheers.

  8. *likening*

  9. Did you say ‘plastic to keep the worms out’? Why? Are aussie worms different to UK ones, which are valued for the contribution the make to soil quality?

  10. I can’t believe I made that mistake. I thought that I was meticulous with that type thing. I must have been drinking.

  11. No, he said weed fabric to keep the weeds out & another time he called it WeedMat. We need worms here too.

  12. btw black plastic sheeting which many use in place of weed fabric, (& despite it being sold at garden centres), is generally not good for the earth – causing sterilisation of soil … It is useful for long-term eradication of weeds via solarisation if ur climate gets hot enough & if u can leave it alone in situ for more than a year at a time … I’m not that patient , as I don’t have enough other land to keep me occupied.

  13. Christine Merrifield

    this is fantastic.. ill have to ask my dad if i can use some of his power tools 😀 sweet as! cheers mate!

  14. Thanks Christine. Glad you liked it 🙂

  15. Thats why you look for the HT symbol on the pallets…Meaning heat treated…not the chemical treated ones

  16. This is brilliant

  17. Thanks Ryan 👍👍

  18. A Beautiful Nest TV

    🤣 I am going to try this! Your soooo funny!

  19. Great video, but this guy scares the crap out of me…

  20. Glad you liked the video Rick but l’m not that scary…..am l??

  21. Naaahhh… 🙂

  22. I love how I didn’t notice the birds going crazy in the background until after you mentioned the bird netting!lol

  23. Hahahaha…must have been some subliminal messaging Delbert 😁

  24. cosmicallyderived

    I like your style mate!

  25. Cheers for that…l appreciate the comment 👍

  26. Next time don’t drive and take the video! Safety my friend….safety 😉

  27. Gregory Bogdanis

    Hi, I’m starting a company called ‘Gregs gardens’ you seem qualified are you interested mate?

  28. Gregory Bogdanis G’day Greg. Send me a private message with what you have in mind. Cheers👍

  29. Don’t know too many who have a sash cramp

  30. drop some builders film between the soil & and boards

  31. Colin Blankenship

    nice job  Thank you

  32. No worries Colin….thanks for watching mate 👍😁

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