[Greenbuilding] best lumber for raised vegetable beds

Matt Dirksen dirksengreen at gmail.com
Tue Apr 12 20:56:30 PDT 2011

I ended up with plain ole cedar. It will work as long as is needed  
then become one with the earth when the time is right.


Matt Dirksen, GAC
Case Design Remodeling, Inc.

On Apr 13, 2011, at 1:10 AM, "candtcampbell at juno.com" <candtcampbell at juno.com 
 > wrote:

> What type of wood, treated or otherwise, would y'all expect to last  
> longest in ground contact when used to make raised vegetable garden  
> beds? Or would y'all say recycled plastic lumber is better for that  
> application?
> Thanks very much.
> Tim
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