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Picture of Octagonal raised garden bed
Materials
Treated plywood
2x4s or similar
Screws
No more nails adhesive
Black plastic
Staples
Duct tape

Tools
Table saw
Screwdriver (preferably electric)
Staple gun
An extra set of hands or clamps

Step 1: Cut the plywood

Picture of Cut the plywood
These beds are 1930mm (76") in diameter.
Cut eight pieces of plywood. I cut mine to 800mm x 300mm (about 31.5" x 11.8“). The size does not have to be exact as long as they are all the same. This picture shows wider pieces which made up the center bed of a mandala garden.
 
cber11 months ago
How do u get to the center
rpjamess13 years ago
Fantastic looking. Makes me wish I had enough space to put a few together.
ClareBS (author)  rpjamess13 years ago
Thanks, three smaller ones would look nice too. Ours were originally going to be twice as big with a chicken dome and everything! Then we came to our senses and realized how massive that would have been.
These look fantastic! Much nicer than the square ones.
ClareBS (author)  jessyratfink3 years ago
Thanks! They were easy to make too.