Easy & Affordable Raised Garden Beds With Timber Hex

Looking for fun DIY projects that won’t break the bank and aren’t overly complex? With Screw Products Timber Hex screws, garden timber, and a little sweat (and possibly a tan), you can put together a raised garden bed or a planter as a fun weekend project.

How To Build A Raised Garden Bed – Photo by This Old House

You might think of using spikes with garden timber lumber, but Timber Hex screws are a superior alternative for many reasons.

One, they hold better and install faster than spikes.

They’re also reusable. Last year’s project can be disassembled and reassembled as something better–using the same materials.

Of course, you also get all the advantages of Screw Products screw–a free bit, no stripping, no camout, and a screw that digs into the material without requiring Herculean force.

Screw Products Timber Hex Screws come in #14×4, 6, 8, 10, 12, and 14. You can purchase in bulk, which gives you 250 screws, or buy a jar with 50 screws.

landscape timber screws

So, if you’re thinking of a fun outdoor project that uses garden timbers, and you want it to last, check out Screw Products Timber Hex Screws, now available at DIY Home Center.

See a complete step-by-step guide on how to build a raised garden bed with landscape timbers at This Old House