Jun 05, 2018 12:20 pm
I have an old rock retaining wall in the middle of my lawn that now needs to have lawn at the top of the walls current height. The wall is not load bearing and just in the way. How much of the top of the wall would I need to remove to have the lawn at that height?
Is 150mm - 200mm enough for the dirt and drainage?
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