This is an excellent idea!! And affordable. I wonder if we went to one of our many Lowes or Home depot if they'd let us have some pallets. It's worth a shot! I just wonder how they are staying standing up though.
This summer I have grandiose dreams of having a huge garden. I have either grown something or attempted to grow something every summer since 05' The first year it was in Oklahoma and I grew peppers, they did great. The next year it was in Savannah, Ga and not one thing came up..my guess is that it was too hot and we used the wrong soil. The next year I did pretty well and grew lettuce, tomatoes, a fruit whose name I can not remember, zucchini, and strawberries and maybe even more than that. Since then though I have attempted strawberries and failed and I've done tomatoes every year and did great.
This year however I want to learn how to do canning, freezing, drying..you get the idea. However I have two problems..massive out of control weeds (no grass) and two dogs that like to munch on anything and everything. So I've been trying to figure out ways to keep them out of my garden..that's too much money, handwork and sweat to just let the dogs eat it all lol