knocked this up quite quickly but has the potential to be finished really nicely giving a really strong, stable structure.
It is predominantly made from two pallets.
Step 1: Tools
materials - 2 pallets, maybe some extra planks of wood too.
screws and nails.
The obvious hammer, screwdriver/drill, staple gun.
I used a circular saw to cut my pallet down to make it the same size.
I also used a mitre saw to cut the short fascia.
Step 2: Basic Structure
As you can see these pallets are pretty passed it, they are the remnants of previous projects, the ultimate aim of all these projects is to not burn the wood. I did wang a few more bits in to make it a bit more stable, the beauty of this is that you can just smash nails where ever on the inside cos its not going to come apart and any screws or nails will ultimately be covered with wood.
Step 3: Strengthening the Structure.
Its very easy.
Step 4: Save a Bit on Soil Costs.
Right 1/2 compost, 1/4 sand, 1/4 soil.
i did this now and then the soil can settle or whatever. pretty sure nothing happens to the soil in the period between you mix and use it.
turn it upside down and screw some pieces on the horizontal and vertical to give some support to the tarps when you put it in. doesn't really have to be perfect, The weight of the soil will push the tarps through big gaps but it does save on having so much soil but doesn't scrimp on not having enough.
Step 6: TARPS!
Get an old tarps.
Place over pallets.
fill with soil.
Step 7: Nearly Done, Lad.
plant out your veg then just wait till it grows and stuff....