A: Andrea, These posts are safe to use for a raised garden bed.
A: Yes it’s ok I would recommend go 3 stack up Thanks
A: Not if you are going organic, the wood contains copper azole to prevent rot
A: This lumber can be used for your desired application as long as it is compliant with your local building codes.
A: Yes, generally for toe boards
A: Just make sure you buy yourself on the shop.. and not online. So you can pick good lumber and not the piece of crap they send you when you buy online
A: Depends on your local code and if your trying to use it as a load barring wall
A: Yes. These are intended for use as studs in framing in moist locations or where the board will be in ground contact.
A: Yes you can
A: Yes, these can be cut inside the store
A: The Home Depot store I shop has a stock of lumber pre-cut to various lengths (multiples of 2 feet). The store also has facilities to cut lumber to length for customers. All stores may not have these same facilities. Call ahead to be sure what's available. Also, be aware that if the store has the facility to custom cut lumber, they cannot make "precision" cuts. In other words, if you're looking for something cut to 29 inches (give or take a quarter of an inch) they probably be able to help you, but if you want something cut to 29 & 15/64 inches, they will not be able to accommodate such a request.
A: They should you just need to ask someone in lumber and give them a size
A: Yes to yiur length. Some home depot my charge a tiny bit for cutting , but not much.
A: Yes, please contact your local lumber associate to discuss special order options.
A: Depends on how wet they are, a wet 2x4 can be about 15 pounds or more
A: One board weighs about 15 lbs.
A: Depending the length that you buy