This is an Instructable for creating awesome gardens from scrappy 'trash'.

The basic idea (for us) behind this instructable was to use what we had to create a unique garden. Our Supplies Consisted of 3 construction pallets, trim nails, staples, and heavy duty construction garbage bags.

The Basic Steps

1. Draw a design that utilizes your potential material
2. Gather the Material
3. Prepare the Material
4. Refigure / Adjust the Design to meet what you have
5. Assemble
6. Test
7. Use

Step 1: 1. Potential Designs

These were some basic sketches of what we were thinking we could make from what we thought we had to work with.

1. The first picture is a basic top view and elevation view sketch

2. The next picture uses a Top view with an Elevation Key to so that we could look at the top down design but also be thinking about when our heights would change. In this sketch there are three different height levels denoted by different lines
Nice pallet upcycle!
<br> Nice job.<br> <br> L<br>
Great job. Two things, though: <br><br>First, using rocks instead of boards will extend the growing season in temperate climates. The sun heats the rocks by day and the rocks store the heat and release it at night. Also, rock dust adds nutrients.<br><br>Second, in permaculture (where this is a staple), a spiral herb garden is normally in zone 1, right outside the kitchen door, as few steps as possible to where the herbs will be used.<br>

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