Do I treat wood for raised beds?

Should you use treated wood to make raised beds? Find out more about the various timbers available, in this Quick Tips video.

Raised beds are a neat and tidy option for growing vegetables and ornamental crops, and are easy to manage. Lucy Hall, BBC Gardeners' World Magazine, explains when and how you should preserve the wood for your raised beds, in this Quick Tips video.

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