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Yes, with caution. I made (3) very nice 3'x6' raised garden beds that are 2 fence boards high. I reinforced the corners with 2x2 cedar. You could use 2x4's or buy the 2x4x8' cedar and rip them in half for better economy. I reinforced the middle of the long sides to keep them from bowing when filled with soil. I used a flat fence board vertically on each 6' side and heavy wire through the bed for tension. Construction was quick using 1-3/4" deck screws. Being a somewhat OCD architect, I used also used wood glue. Overall, the results are great. This is much cheaper than using 2" thick material. However, pay the extra and use 2" if you really want something that will last longer. Maybe consider just one 2x10 or 2x12 board on each side instead of double high. The extra height is more convenient if you are a senior like me. I also used the cedar fence boards for most of the cedar fence and arbor in the attached picture. Be safe and enjoy this project.
It’s probably the same, but fir is cheap/looks cheap, so only use it if you’re fencing a rental or something. Use cedar for your own fence.
These boards are NOT treated so you would be able to use them to build flower wood boxes. They have not been sanded so are not smooth making wood boxes a good application.
I think you need to buy a few more than that to get a price break or use you military ID
Oh yes. Years ago I did a wall with a product like this. For that, be sure to use very flat pieces and let them "cure" for several days (or longer) to lessen the minor shrinkage.
It's more than 105. I believe it's 300 for bulk price.