Added by on 2016-03-02

Make vertical garden wall from these DIY stackable planters. For more detailed information got my website: EP60 Stackable Planters The individual planters are easy to make but when they are stacked together they can create a dramatic vertical garden that can dramatic transform any outdoor space. This project was featured at DIY workshops at Home Depots around the country. Keep your eye open for more free workshops hosted at Home Depots around the country. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsVertical Growing with the Clover Stackable PlantersVertical Growing Stackable Planters – Potty InnovationsVertical corner planter made from pallets. Limited tools project!GreenStalk Stackable Gardening System – 5 Tier Vertical Vegetable TowerProject – Planter Box made from Cedar Fence PicketsMilk Bottle Planters – Vegetable Planters Made Easy

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  • Chanh Tieu 1 year ago


    Can you please list the dimension in cm of each board to made one


  • nancyrfrinemonsreal 1 year ago

    Hi there! What's the brand of the c-clamp you used in this project?

  • tarayakisauce 1 year ago

    Could I line it with coconut cloth or something similar, if I don't want to use plastic? It won't keep water off the wood, but I'm going to have mine out in the rain anyway…

  • Chitra Swamy 1 year ago

    You are super good…loved the planters especially since they're stackable!!

  • Savannah Lobbe 1 year ago

    I just love everything you create! It's awesome! Thanks for sharing! 

  • Emman Cua 1 year ago

    Nice job as always. Hey would you happen to know building a cabinet and shoerack rolled into one? Im already planning your flip table idea so maybe you could help me with this. Thabks from a fan.

  • Sonny Zaragoza 1 year ago

    Wow!!! This a was a fantastic project!!!! Simple yet incredibly beautiful!!! Thanks for posting. The timing couldn't have been more perfect!!!

  • Chase 1 year ago

    On the we sight it says $70, how much would that make? 

  • Berlyn Teo 1 year ago

    You have very nice videos indeed:)

  • Steven Kinkead 1 year ago

    Looks cool, but I suspect only shade loving plants will grow well in the lower planters.   The daffodils you selected need 8 hours of full sun to thrive.

  • Xavier Lemoine 1 year ago

    another beauty!

  • Matthew Joseff 1 year ago

    Thank you for fulfilling my request from !

  • Felipe Del Papa 1 year ago

    Great idea and great building!

  • JWB671 1 year ago

    The plastic is 6 mils or 0.006 of an inch. 

  • MrMrpostmn 1 year ago

    i cant wait till i have the money to make most of your stufff :)

  • Scrap wood City 1 year ago

    Cool idea! I like the fact that you can build a wall with those!

  • Sensei Ryan HD 1 year ago

    OMG!  I love this.  It's just like playing with blocks as an adult. Question: Do they get enough sunlight this way still?  Thanks so much!