The other day we realized we were short of space for a strawberry patch so I went down to Home Depot and bought:
3 - 6' dog eared cedar fence boards : $2.38 each
& a few 90 degree angle brackets: .58 cents each
I already had several feet of 1x2 firing strips and here's what I came up with:
I used the angle brackets to connect two of the six foot lengths to the existing raised bed:
Then I measured and cut the two foot lengths and used brackets there:
I used the firing strips to firm up and give stability to the 6' long sections and simply angled a reciprocating saw and lopped them off after I screwed them in:
Finally, I laid cardboard down to prevent weed & grass growth, worms love it too!
A two by six strawberry patch addition to the old beds that cost a grand total of $10.62!