Hi friends, last week I shared with you my partnering with The Home Depot in co-hosting in store DIY Workshops. Join me this Saturday April 11, 2015 at the Daly City #1092 from 10:00 am to 11:30am. I'll show you step by step how to build a DIY Vertical Planter for your backyard fence or patio! Check out my customized version of a vertical planter, I built over the weekend, more details below.
In addition to building a DIY Vertical planter in store, I also built a customized version of a vertical planter for my backyard. For my customized version of the DIY Vertical Planter, I took the plans and created a scaled down version thats perfect for a smaller space that could fit on a patio / front porch or small backyard or provide a focal point. Below is the DIY Vertical planter I built for my backyard.
For my customized version of the DIY Vertical Planter boxes, I made one full size planter box from the plans and two smaller size planter boxes stacked vertical. I pre-drilled the holes into the into the wood and used deck screws to build the planter boxes. Pre-drilling holes is a life saver and gets the ob done faster, trust me. Since my planter will stay outdoors uncovered, I plan to stain the vertical planter a weather grey to help weather-proof my project. I'll share an update once their stained.
I lined the two smaller wood planter boxes with 30inch planter liners I bought from The Home Depot for $7.99. Using liners to line my planter boxes, will make changing out annual plants much easier.
I love how my project turned out, the vertical planter adds so much color on our fence line and was easy to build in an afternoon and affordable.
Join Me! Saturday April 11, 2015 at 10:00 - 11:30am
Daly City Store #1092
303 E. Lake Merced, Daly City, California 94015
Please click here to register for the FREE DIY Workshop. Looking forward to seeing all my bay area friends there!
Not local to SF Bay Area? Please click here and register to for a DIY Workshop near you. Also follow along on my Instagram, Twitter and Facebook on April 11 and use the following #DIYWorkshop to see the workshop.