GardeningBuild a Vertical Garden Top Wood Pallet Fence

Build a Vertical Garden Top Wood Pallet Fence

This step by step tutorial of how to build a vertical garden top wood pallet fence diy project is an exciting new way to add boundaries to certain areas on your homestead. You may want to add a fence around your garden area, extend a chicken run or even create safe barriers for young growing trees.

Well, here is your chance to use some of those wood pallets that are stamped with “HT” (heat treated) but never use wood pallets that were chemically treated. Luckily, only about 20% of wood pallets are chemically treated for international trade goods being stacked upon them. Standing them on one end so you have some pockets within each pallet you use, you can then grab some other supplies to make your very own garden using these pallets that are not only functional, but they will keep any of your small animals from digging up your garden.

Build a Vertical Garden Top Wood Pallet Fence

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Gardens are a great way to build up your fruit and vegetable produce, spices, edible flowers and herbs for your kitchen without having to spend tons of money at the grocery store. They are even better when you can use these gardens to feed your chickens as well to save money on feed each month.

What makes a garden the greatest asset to any home? The fact you don’t need a lot of space to build one up if you have the creativity and the ability to plan our your space to fit one. Even if your yard isn’t the biggest one around, you can find a way to make the most of your space by using a really clever idea like the one below.

They’re great because you can separate and label your seeds so you know exactly what’s growing in each pallet top.

Here is another one of our articles that shares a simple method of how to firmly secure posts in the ground and then slip wood pallets over the posts. (Click here to read)

To complete the project below, you’ll want to gather some weed fabric, a staple gun and staples, box cutter, dirt to fill the garden buckets, and some seeds for your future plants. As you quickly assembled your garden buckets, it won’t be long before you have them filled with your seeds and dirt (or compost) so you can watch your beautiful new garden grow.

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Melissa Francis
Melissa Francis
Greetings! I'm Melissa Francis, the founder and primary contributor to The Homestead Survival. With over 20 years of experience in homesteading, sustainability, and emergency preparedness, I've dedicated my life to helping others achieve a simpler, more self-reliant lifestyle.


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