Jan 24, 2019 4:27 pm
I have a heap of concrete pavers (23 x7 x 5) and would like to make a raised garden bed with dimensions 2.2m x 1.2m and about 35cm high.
I've asked some friends about this and they give mixed opinions. The ground where the garden bed is to be located is level. If I dug a trench and put in cement of about 100 ml deep and two courses of pavers - and then from level ground laid 5 layers of pavers - will this work out OK?
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