Added by on 2018-07-17

Build Article w/ Cut List, Materials List : http://craftedworkshop.com/how-to-bui… Looking for a simple planter box? Look no further! This cedar planter box took only a few hours to build and should last for years to come. Tools Used Building The DIY Planter Box: Bosch HDS183-02 18V EC Brushless Compact Tough 1/2″ Hammer Drill/Driver : http://amzn.to/2cEFFxw DEWALT DCF887M2 20V MAX XR Li-Ion 4.0 Ah Brushless 0.25″ 3-Speed Impact Driver : http://amzn.to/2cEFWR9 DEWALT DHS790AB FLEXVOLT 120V MAX Double Bevel Compound Sliding Miter Saw : http://amzn.to/2cG90La Original plan by Simply Easy DIY: https://youtu.be/ym1-r8mBviI ► SUBSCRIBE : https://goo.gl/V5gcNJ ► SUPPORT US : https://goo.gl/pmmpTQ ► FOLLOW CRAFTED WORKSHOP! FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/craftedworkshop TWITTER: http://twitter.com/craftedworkshop INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/craftedworkshop PINTEREST: http://pinterest.com/craftedworkshop SNAPCHAT: craftedmagazine Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsDIY Cedar Planter Made Using Fence Pickets Easy Cheap Afternoon BuildDIY Planter Box with Hidden Drainage | How to BuildHow to make planter boxes from cedar fence boardsProject – Planter Box made from Cedar Fence PicketsEASY Cedar Picket Planter BoxesHow to Make a Floating Vertical Planter Wall Out of Affordable Cedar Pickets

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20 Comments

  • Mike Reed 4 months ago

    Quick build with easy directions

  • Nofal Jamjoom 4 months ago

    Hi … Nice build. But how practical it will be especially since it will be filled with soil and water?

  • Tiffany Calhoun 4 months ago

    Do you have a particular recommendation for a relatively inexpensive beginner saw to use for this project?

  • Spectrim 4 months ago

    Do you need to treat it with anything at all before planting your veggies? How about just the outside?

  • dvaone11 4 months ago

    looove it!

  • Tom's Dreamshop Worx 4 months ago

    I love how your wife put you to task on that one! So how much more than $40 did that cost you 🙂 Still playing catch up on all your older videos since I found you.

  • Irish Lilburn 4 months ago

    Nice. I've been trying to find an easy good looking plan. I plan on making a small inside/on the counter one. Thanks for the simple step by step! PS- love your videos!

  • Jack Bench Woodworking 4 months ago

    Easy Peasy!

  • John Fithian-Franks 4 months ago

    good video, I have been watching "Stan's channel" for a long time now and have built a lot of hid stuff, I thought you would have given him a mention in the comments though.

  • Joe Basement Woodworking & DIY 4 months ago

    good stuff man! stan has a great channel! love planters like this.especially cedar
    #browniepoints😉

  • Cole Reynolds 4 months ago

    Cool build! This is something I could use in the backyard. I might add some feet to keep the bottom off the ground though. We get a lot of rain in Houston.

  • Woodbrew 4 months ago

    Nice Video! I like how you got the details out of the way at the beginning.

  • HossKirkland 4 months ago

    If you have to use pressure treated wood, you can purchase a garden liner yo protect the soil from leeching the chemicals. A garden liber is probably a hood idea if you make this build and live in humid climates.

    Excellent video. It sparked an idea for how to use some scrapped pallet cuts.

  • Making Stuff 4 months ago

    I did 2 huge ones, they came out great. I need a few like your for me!

  • Cactus! workshop 4 months ago

    Cool build JohN!

  • jim renderer 4 months ago

    Really nice video, Johnny.The best part of the video wasn't the simple, straight forward method or the minimal amount of tools used or the perfect choice of wood, those were good. Can you guess what it is ?
    (hint) GO NOLES ! 😀

  • Or Itzhaki 4 months ago

    the wood won't got rotten? accept for that, like!

  • Matt Lane 4 months ago

    Looks good man, I built a fairly simple planter box a year or so ago for my mom.

  • red12287 4 months ago

    Thanks for the video! I bet it smell great, too! Good luck with the veggies. Appreciate the wood choice for growing food.

  • 49cfr 4 months ago

    Looks great, absolutely worth the extra $10 and time.