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3.5 in. x 3.5 in. x 8 ft. Pressure-Treated Landscape Timber

  • Flat sides for easy stacking
  • Great for edging gardens
  • Safe for use around people, pets & plants
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Product Overview

This 8 ft. Landscape Timber is good for lining flower beds and raised vegetable gardens. The wood edging will help keep mulch and soil where you put it and helps prevent grass from encroaching on your garden. Treated with a preservative process that is proven safe for use around people, pets and plants.
  • Solid wood edging
  • Treated to refusal
  • Not intended for use as a fence post or structural applications
  • Timber comes with 2 flat sides for easy stacking
  • Perfect for landscaping and/or out lining garden beds
  • Note: Product thickness and width may vary by store
  • Click to discover the benefits of pressure treated wood

Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Product Length (ft.)
8 ft
Actual Product Thickness (in.)
3.5 in
Actual Product Width (in.)
3.5 in
Nominal Product Length (ft.)
8 ft
Nominal Product Thickness (in.)
3.5 in
Nominal Product Width (in.)
3.5 in

Details

Chemical retention (lb./cu. ft. )
0.01
Fastener Recommendation
Galvanized Fastener
Features
Paintable,Stainable
Lumber Grade
n/a
Lumber quality
No-prior
Material
Wood
Moisture content
Green
Pressure treatment chemical
MCA - Micronized Copper Azole
Texture
Smooth
Wood Species
Southern Pine

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
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Customer Reviews

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Project looks great. Timbers look nice and really dress up the area. I ordered online and picked ...
Project looks great. Timbers look nice and really dress up the area. I ordered online and picked up in store which I have done many times however I would suggest that when it comes to lumber you should pick it out yourself. Two of the timbers were badly warped and i had to cut parts out to make it fit. I used heavy gauge galvanized nails to hold them together and rebar driven into the ground to hold everything in place.
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great for a tree fort
I waited for the timbers to go on sale once that happened I went to work building my son a log cabin tree fort. To keep the cost down I cut all the timbers in half long ways I used 4" screws and built it 4feet by 8feet to use all the lumber with little waist. The timbers give it that cool log cabin look and there pressure treated so it won't rot away in a few years. I used Cabot fireside cherry stain to make sure it will last. The roof is 3/4 pine tongue and groove I used a Thompson water seal on it and a clear caulk on the seams to make sure there is no leaks. The only bad thing is looking for strait boards
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    I use these for fence posts. Less expensive than 4X4 timbers and easier to nail pickets to than ...
    I use these for fence posts. Less expensive than 4X4 timbers and easier to nail pickets to than round posts.
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    These are awesome - check out the gigantic swing I built for my wife. The footprint is 11 feet wi...
    These are awesome - check out the gigantic swing I built for my wife. The footprint is 11 feet wide by 10 feet deep by 7 feet high. The whole family can fit on this monster!
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      timbers were the best i have found for a wall and some steps , they are the strongest and not any...
      timbers were the best i have found for a wall and some steps , they are the strongest and not any of them had lost wood or cracked . I have been using Timbers from HD for 20 years .
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      looks great
      Needed to make a cheap but strong wall to hold back some dirt. I did not think it would look this good i used spax lag t-star 1/4 x6 to hold them togeather so they wont shift on me. Then cut some 2x4s to stake in the ground and used 3in exterior screws to hold it to the board. Dug up some hostas from the woods in my back yard and it looks awesome.
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        if you find strait ones they are great.
        I left these on the garage floor for a month. When i lifted them up there was mold under them. While assembling the retaining wall i noticed alot of these were not strait and some were bowed badly. Note: do not leave directly on concrete.
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          6 people found this helpful
          Decent quality landscape timber
          I used this timber to frame out a flower box in my garden. The pieces in the store varied in quality and color so I had to dig through and find pieces that matched and were in decent shape. But otherwise the wood was uniform in shape and size. I am very happy with the look and it was an easy way to spruce up the look of my garden.
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          5 people found this helpful
          Landscape boarder
          Replaced my landscape timber in front yard at roadway. Used 6 in nails, roofing tar between each timber to seal and 2 ft rebarb to secure in ground. I went 5 high. Make sure you pencil mark on the outside of each timber where you nailed together to make the spot. This is important so when you go to the next row you don't nail the same location. Also, the roofing tar covers easy with the brown/gold paint. I drilled threw the timbers with a 1/4 long drill bit and then placed on ground and hammered into ground on location.
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          40 people found this helpful
          Just select the straight ones and go
          Let me first say the value makes a big difference. When a THD competitor put them on sale, I went to HD.COM to see my local store's price and was happy to see my store had a special buy pricing that matched the competitor and saved me 50%. THD came through for me as usual and can for you if you use HD.COM to shop wisely, do your research and jump on value offers. Some reviews speak to the timbers not being straight. While it is the nature of these timbers to warp, I find if you select straight ones in the store they are more likely to stay straighter in you landscaping. But when you pay the discounted price that I paid, I don't mind if some warp. When I do get one with excessive warping, I just cut the 8' timber in half and the warp is less noticeable. I also lay mine on the ground next to my grass which is higher, which I think is better than burying a little which may accelerate the rotting some reviews mention. These timbers last for years for me in Southeast Florida with twice weekly sprinklers and the summer rains of Florida. The best part is how nice they make the yard look. They really make the landscaping pop out.
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