Spare Wood Planter
The ex ex, the now ex and I sat talking in the back garden one day and someone mentioned a planter. Knowing I had some spare timber to think of a use for I left ex ex and now ex and retreated to "The shed" (always a good proposition given the situation I thought)
An hour later, a planter. Thought it was quite cool myself.
It's now 6 years old. There is no floor keeping the compost depth to 12" or so, it is full depth as you see and my friend filled it with a soil/compost mix (so it weighs a lot!) with only bubble wrap as a liner; ye, I thought that, anyway besides one of the top rails needing a new screw this year it is still going strong, not what I expected when first seeing it filled.
The ones I make now have at least the same strength legs (time proven) but better looking, i.e. no paint spills on them, with the option of a false floor. The insides are lined too.
These make an attractive planter and of course can be customized to size and materials of course. Just contact me.
Raised Vegetable Planter