The Ultimate Garden





Introduction: The Ultimate Garden

About: I play a lot of minecraft and like to work with LED's and some circuitry, but most of all I love to cook and BBQ.

This is a garden perfect for Mothers day. Its good looking but still spacey and with a built-in fence.
Use Marine grade wood and vote for me in the Garden Contest.

I used Google Sketchup because my camera really really sucks.

Step 1: Parts


Twelve(12) 4in bolts
Eight(8) 3in bolts
Sixteen(16) 5in bolts


Twelve(12)     9.11ft X 3.5in X 3.5in
Four(4)   9.9ft X 1.5in X 1.5in
Eight(8) 2.5ft X 3.5 X 3.5in

Step 2: The Base

Start with your 9.9ft long boards arange them like the picture. Use your 4in bolts to secure them. Glue the layers together

Step 3: Posts and Fence

Connect with 5in bolts the 2.5ft long boards, with four on the corners and four in the middle on each side. Staple fece to the posts like the pictures.

Step 4: Top Ring

Use your 9.9ft long board as the ring  for the garden with 3in bolts on each end.

Step 5: Finishing Touches

Fill the Garden will soil till it reaches the middle of the second layer of the base. I added a brick path in the middle of it for easy access.




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    Great design, and may I say great use of SketchUp

    very nice and practic..

    Its ok. I mean he was correct about real life photos. My pasta rack coming soon will have both real life pics and google pics.

    And maybe an apology for being totally and completely wrong?

    You've managed photographs of things before that weren't sucky at all. I'm of the opinion that you didn't go outside and make this.


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    Here is the real pictures of my garden.


    There's nothing wrong with those - put them in the Instructable. What's this " my camera really really sucks"?


    It does, my mom was nice enough to lend me her camera to prove this to you.

    Get them in the Instructable, the second should be image #1 - make the "front-end" of this look like a real garden (which it is)


    ok thanks lemonie

    I forgot to say "good job!"