Added by on 2017-05-21

I got 10 stacking pots at the 99cents store for 0.99 each. I drilled a big hole in the middle and smaller drain holes. I filled a big pot with gravel, sticked a rebar in it, and threaded the stacking pots on the bar. I have planted lettuce and garlic chives. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow to Make a Vertical Garden by Stacking Pots | Tesco LivingDIY Vertical Stacking Planters TutorialNancy Jane’s Vertical Gardening with Stacking PlantersEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodVertical Hydroponic Lettuce Experiment – Week 6 – HydroVert FarmsLED vs T5 in Vertical NFT Hydroponic System by The Lettuce People

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10 Comments

  • mango jam 3 months ago

    hey, do you want to trade no 99cents store here how can you send me?

  • MrSelfsufficiency 3 months ago

    These stacking pots are great. I've done similar and had a large PVC pipe (instead of rebar) going through the middle with 4 holes drilled at each pot and put a small irrigation tube in each hole and watered through the PVC pipe from above with a cap on the bottom of the PVC pipe. Am trying to perfect a method where I can put a nylon enclosed wicking sock in the middle of the PVC pipe that connects to an enclosed 5 gallon bucket at the bottom of the tower of pots that is filled with water. Haven't figured out a way yet to ensure it wicks up to the top pot. May have to use a misting system set up on a timer. The soil needs to be a potting mix with peat where it stays moister. In my climate, have to water container plants often so always looking for ways to lessen to need to water as often.

  • PikenEl 3 months ago

    I tried these out this year. So far my lettuce doesn't like the containers. My spinach, basil and strawberries are doing great in these containers. Tip to anyone who uses these: make sure you put adequate drainage holes in them other than the pre-perforated ones.

  • Dad Nova 3 months ago

    Who are the pots made by?? As our .99 cent store does not have them.

  • darthvader5300 3 months ago

    10 stacks x 4 plants = 40 plants. Better find a soil mix to make it highly productive and fertile and select certain plants to help protect your main plants or crops.

  • KissMy SquirrelyAzz 3 months ago

    Please let me know where I can order these for a dollar each? I cannot find any without paying more than $3 for each pot and the closest 99 cents store is 2 hours away. 🙁

  • Donald Ruzek 3 months ago

    Great video, I am going to follow your lead and do this same thing with my stackable pots.

  • Sara S 3 months ago

    I found the pots at my 99 and more store here in texas. Do you have video footage of what your vertical garden looks like now

  • OMG yeah great idea but i got buckley chance of finding anything like that here for 99c lol

  • trungson 3 months ago

    That's a good price for those stacking pots