Added by on 2016-03-09

A vertical garden planter box. Vertical gardening makes a lot of sense in more than one way. Small spaces is something a lot of us can relate with because it hits close to home. If you live in a condo or an apartment with a small balcony or patio, you can still garden. Simply do it vertically. For some gardeners, just the idea of caring for many different types of plants over a large area in their yard can be tiring. With vertical gardens, you can reign in your plants into a smaller, easier to care for area, while still keeping plant diversity. Another advantage of establishing a vertical garden is it allows you to experiment growing different types of plants without the need to dig up a larger portion of your yard or garden. This vertical garden planter is small enough to fit on a small balcony or patio and will fit through a standard size door way. The planter boxes are a size that makes them perfect for picking up and moving from an outdoor setting to an indoor setting depending on the weather. The only additional parts needed to do so would be the inclusion of a bottom for the base unit. Simple and easy! Nice. To see this Vertical Garden Planter Extended Footage video visit: If you would like more information including a cut list and materials for this project visit: http://www.simplyeasydiy.com/2016/02/vertical-garden-planter.html Also visit my facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/stansullivan14 Visit me on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/stansullivan14/ I would like to say thank you to Julianne from DirtPatcHeaven for her efforts in helping with this project. She provided some wonderful insights that helped improve the design of this vertical garden planter. Thanks Julianne. Visit her at Dirtpatcheaven channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/dirtpatcheaven —–Music by—– “Hiking” by Silent Partner Downloaded from the Youtube Music […]

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18 Comments

  • Organic Gringo 1 year ago

    This is great stuff! Love your videos!

  • getsmartnow2011 1 year ago

    just seen the shout out from dirtpatchheaven, about you so stopped by to check out your channel. I like it 🙂 so I subscribed.

  • CuteSeamus 1 year ago

    i know prices vary according to what material you buy and whats on sale… but speaking of ballpark figures… how much was this to make… you solved a problem i was having with my limited space issue… and will need to make several vertical planters… just trying to get an idea of budget vs quantity of planters…

  • FRESH PRINCESS 1 year ago

    Stan, you are an efficiency master. Thank you for such well thought out easy to follow projects. This planter is great and would make a wonderful 'railing' for a patio/deck. Julianne sent me. Hi.

  • Nifty Thrifty Bits 1 year ago

    Beautiful planter!  Found you thru Dirt Patch Heaven.

  • Asa Lowe 1 year ago

    do not use cedar. we did cedar boxes it cost a small fortune and they on last a couple of years.

  • Mats Turnings 1 year ago

    Nice project I used to have chicken n rabbits n I used to make all the hutches and coops n runs but that's a nice coop my friend

  • Caroline Schisler 1 year ago

    So what items did you plant in there?

  • Moby Dave 1 year ago

    Hey I came over from DirtPatchHeavens channel to lurk a bit.  Really like the verticle planter.. liked and shared also subbed.

  • Cody Taber 1 year ago

    Great build. On my list for spring.

  • ItsyFarm 1 year ago

    Great, easy project Stan. I like the way you think and I like your video style. You have a new subscriber.

  • Deep South Homestead 1 year ago

    Great video Stan for people with limited space or toxic soil.

  • ellen fisher 1 year ago

    Great video. Found you thru Dirtpatchheaven & look forward to seeing much more of you. I love my container gardens, but sometimes struggle with them drying out. Do you have any tips?

  • Scrap wood City 1 year ago

    Cool and simple project! Spring time is coming we should spend some time on garden projects! Thanks for sharing!

  • Jpscustomwoodworking 1 year ago

    Nice planters Stan, they turned out real nice. >:)…JP

  • DonDomel 1 year ago

    without protection water will kill this wood in one season of gardening

  • DonDomel 1 year ago

    is there a movie with this great chicken house?

  • Chuck Mardon 1 year ago

    nice build, gives me (the Wife) something do do