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PostPosted: Fri Mar 17, 2017 7:24 pm 
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Any ideas what the best material is to lay garden sleepers on or just put on soil?

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What are the sleepers for? A retaining wall or flower border.
It's hard to give any advice without knowing a little bit more.

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Thanks for the response.

I built a brick retaining wall but need something to the side running away and want to use garden sleepers. So.... I gather they're not retaining but will hold in soil to the side, if that makes sense. Will be from approx .5m to 0 as it leads away. Hope that makes sense.

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For general information you can't really go wrong with paving expert http://www.pavingexpert.com/featur08.htm
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