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Lining for planters

Discussion in 'In the Garden' started by Belboz, 7 Sep 2014.

  1. Belboz

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    What material do I need to line planters please?

    Is there a specific material or is it just the same as weed control fabric?

    If anyone can help point me to a retailer that would be great.

    Thanks to all.

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    I have recently built a raised planter from decking. The decking is treated but i dont want to have it constantly saturated with water and would like to line the raised planter. What was the material you have found to have worked? I am thinking of using a 500 gauge polythene dpm material but wondered if something else can be used?
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