How to build a wood tiered gardening flower planter box diy project is detailed in these step by step free plans. The material can frugally be purchased or better yet use reclaimed wood to get that rustic charm.
Summer is here and Fall is coming, so it is time to add a whole lot of flowers to the garden, front door walkway or backyard patio. Homemade planter boxes make it fun and special, giving an aesthetic to the home with a certain plant. These wooden planters can be made home after just spending $10 in getting the tools to make them. They are made from recycled wooden fences and can be cut into various sizes based on the plant.
For the wooden planter, get 2 planks of cedar wood measuring at 5/8 ” x 5-½” x 6′, 1 furring strip at 2×2, wood glue, a miter saw, a drill with 1 ¼ nails and 1 ¼ screws, and a brad nailer. First, make the needed cuts for the boxes based on measurement on what fits and where it will be placed accordingly.
Then, construct the planter box (or boxes) with the wood glue and nails. Next, cut the legs and screw them in from the inside, not out, and repeat with the next box.
These boxes should be like steps, one raised over another that is raised over another. There is plenty of measuring necessary to screw and nail correctly for the perfectly tiered planter box. Time to spruce up the house and yard with these wonderful additions to the home that is homemade in the garage.
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