Added by on 2017-08-14

In this video we show you how to form and build a rasied planter bed! This is kind of a 3 part video and this being the 1st part so stayed turned for the next 2 videos we will be uploading on how to form a cantilever ledge and placing stone under the ledge! Also dont forget to subscribe, like and comment if this video helped you in anyway! Thank you all very much! Support our channel https: OdellCompleteConcreteTools: Funny Trowel Horse Hair broom Makita Jack Hammer 70 lbs Makita Jack Hammer 35 lbs MARSHALLTOWN The Premier Line MXS66RED 16-Inch by 4-Inch Rounded End Finishing Trowel with Curved DuraSoftHandle Marshalltown MTSG52 5 x 2-Inch Margin Trowel with Soft Grip Handle MARSHALLTOWN The Premier Line MXS66FRD 16-Inch by 4-Inch Fully Rounded Finishing Trowel MARSHALLTOWN The Premier Line 14526 16-Inch by 3-1/2-Inch by 3/8-Inch Resin Float Bon 82-507 36-Inch by 5-Inch Round End Spring Steel Fresno Concrete Trowel with Rock N Roll Bracket MARSHALLTOWN 6-Inch by 3-Inch Stainless Steel Edger Hilti 03476284 TE7-C 720 W 120-volt Rotary Hammer Drill Deluxe Kit Ridgid R9600 X4 Hyper 18V Cordless Lithium-Ion 1/2 in. Drill Driver and Impact Driver Combo Kit Related PostsDIY Concrete Planter,, Episode 16, HomeMade ModernEcho Visit Growing in Raised Beds on concrete Roofs and Urban Gardening in Tropical AreasHow to Build a Planter Bench – This Old HouseHow To: Raised Bed Garden (Easy Way) Planter Wall Blocks!!How to Build a Raised Garden Bed. THE ULTIMATE Pallet Wood Vegetable Garden.Corrugated raised garden bed – DIY Easy build project to beautify you garden

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  • Angelos Sakellariou 5 months ago

    Beautifull job.

  • Andrew Collins 5 months ago

    just awesome. great work guys. lovely finish

  • New England Yankee Living 5 months ago

    What toolbelt do you use?

  • Shannon P 5 months ago

    awesome tip about the used you use a regular garden sprayer? Suggestion: before and after pics at the end! 🙂

  • bluekeet 5 months ago

    fucking nice! I like everything from the intro to the narration and video editing.

  • Alan Holden 5 months ago

    maybe hi flow concrete?

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  • michael98277 5 months ago

    That's some nice work! It is always a pleasure to see someone take pride in their work and do an excellent job.

  • hotzpacho 5 months ago

    2 Questions: 1. How do you make sure that the wall is straight before you add the forms? 2. How long after the pour do you remove the 2×6 forms for the cantilever so you can smooth the sides?

  • michael craig 5 months ago

    wheres your crane set up?
    i feel there shoulda been a tower crane set up to assist.

  • Adolf Hitler 5 months ago

    we've sprayed vegetable oil on forms as well.

  • sevenmile 5 months ago

    I'm not into DIY construction… but this was interesting and educational– good job

  • Andy Gonzalez 5 months ago

    How long after you pour do you take out the forms?

  • Linda Lee 5 months ago

    Do you do work for the others? we need one done just similar like that in Pasadena, Please reply. Thank you.

  • patcha gray 5 months ago

    want to do something like that. How will it hold up in the winter. I live in Canada. How deep would I have to go down in the foundation??

  • Giuseppe Cannella 5 months ago

    Just found your channel and love it! Very informative and done well… two questions if you have the time to respond. 1st, how long did you wait before removing that first cap board to start rounding over the edges and smoothing out? 2nd, aren't weep holes necessary to let the planter drain so water doesn't back up to the house foundation? Thanks in advance!

  • Joe Biden 5 months ago

    cool same house you did the walkway and steps right

  • LuiEVero 5 months ago

    I would like to make a 3' retaining wall around the outside of my yard, like this style… Do I need to put expansion joints if the concrete is left bare?

  • Carlos Perro 5 months ago

    bevel the bottom of forms so they don't lock up

  • Van Arsdale 5 months ago

    Just a thought… cover grass with tarp or plastic.