Planters add dimension to your garden design, provide a space to grow invasive plants and allow more flexible plant placement. Make your own garden pots environmentally friendly using materials that can be directed towards the landfill. Recycle plastic soda bottles, soup cans, and other household supplies in flower pots, vegetables, and herbs. Raised planter box is used to add decorative elements to a garden. Separate plant species or grow plants in patios or terraces. There are many varieties of garden planters, from hanging pots to large ceramic bath tubs or metal containers.
Garden wood flower pots are manufactured in many different styles, the simplest is a square or rectangular box. A rectangular wooden raised planter box is quite simple: an easy weekend DIY project. Planters can decorate your garden with a variety of flowers, herbs, and other plants while giving each plant its own private space. When you customize a planter box, you make them stand out from the others not only for what is planted inside but for how the box is decorated itself. If your decor is simple or elaborate, give each new box personality when you customize. Lay the wood sheets so that they form a rectangular picture: square sheets of 1 foot ends and sheets 2 by 1 foot as sides.
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Insert a line of wood glue between the edges of the 1-foot square sheets that attach to the wood-side sheets. Clamp the housing tightly with a clamp. Let the wood glue dry. Nail the box together before removing the clamp about six nails in each joint is sufficient. Lay the parallel plates 2 feet, 1 foot apart. Place the remaining three boards along 2-foot boards. One at each end and one in the middle so there is room for drainage. Nails from the three planks below, creating the base of the raised planter box simple. Turn the base upside down, making the 2 feet long planks at the top and place it on the top of the rectangular box.
Base the nail on the walls of the box. Then remove the clamp and reverse the entire box, so the base is at the bottom. Varnish the box and allow it to dry completely. Also, the garden box with plastic, put small holes in the bottom to allow drainage. This helps to protect the rot box. Fill the style raised planter box with mixing pots when you are at the desired location and trim any plastic that is visible. A coat of paint before varnishing had added variation in the design of the garden planter.