building a border with landscape timbers

How Do I Build a Playground Area With Landscape Timbers? | Hunker

For this project you will need pressure-treated landscape timbers at least 6 inches in diameter. Buy 10-inch landscaping spikes and enough lumber to build a boundary in at least two layers or "courses." You will need a hammer a level and a drill to make holes for the landscaping spikes.【Get Price】

19 Stunning Landscape Timbers Ideas | Happy DIY Home

If the only thing putting you off building a raised bed is all that unnecessary hammering and drilling then you might want to consider investing in several large heavy landscape timbers. Providing you have someone to help you these can be easily stacked on top of each other in such a way that their weight alone makes them difficult to budge.【Get Price】

How to Build a Small Pad With Landscape Timbers: 15 Steps

Start with the lowest elevation for building your retaining wall. In a 12' x 12' pad this wall will begin with one full timber and one half a timber laid in a line. Timbers can easily be cut with a handsaw. This bottom row can either be dug in and laid on grade or propped up on solid rocks to keep moisture away.【Get Price】

Garden Guides | How to Use Landscape Timbers to Build a Border

Using landscape timbers is one of the cheapest ways to build a nice-looking border that doesn't look cheap. Determine the height of the border. For a 4-inch-high border you do not need stakes or other methods to hold the border in place. For a higher border you stack the landscape timbers and need a method to keep them in place.【Get Price】

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