Instant beds are sold out again. Probably for the season.
Hundreds of timbers are still available.
Reclaimed timbers now available too. Douglas Fir, the hardest of the soft woods. Heat sterilized, not chemically treated. Great for a multitude of outdoor projects. Benches, furniture, pergolas, landscape edging and of course raised garden beds. Most of the timbers were bolted together in their past life and have 5/8" countersunk holes in places.
Flimsy metal landscape edging costs about $1/foot. For the same price you could use timbers and protect dog paws & mower blades. Drive a couple bolts through the existing holes and viola! Use the holes to support posts for bird feeders, solar lights, torches or pink flamingos.
Hundreds of bolts, nuts, washers and all-thread are also available. A creative person could bolt them back together and make all sorts of things. Think big tinker toys.
An interesting 20 year study of various raw woods exposed to the elements. Douglas Fir holds up very well:
Want to learn about heartwood and sapwood? Go here.
Raw wood Doug Fir footbridge deck.
Ring counts from 8-40 rpi.
Exposed to the weather since 1940 and still serviceable.
I'm using hemp oil on my projects now. I like it a lot.
You can get some at Hempshield