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How to build a simple planter box from reclaimed pallet wood and hardwood fence palings. Planter boxes come in all shapes and sizes and mine is a little different than most. It’s taller and narrower than many of the ones you see. I really like the design because it’s a bit different and it doesn’t take up much room due to its narrowness. It would be great on a balcony, deck or next to the front door. There are no set rules regarding how big or small you have to make your planter box. It all depends where the planter box is going and how many plants you want grow in it and how big those plants are going to be. Before l go on, don’t’ forget: SUBSCRIBE to shaneconlan1 and never miss a video again! and Check us out on Facebook Music supplied by Jason Shaw at Released under Creative Commons License 3.0. Music Title: Banjo Short and Jenny’s Theme. Materials Required: Link to Conversion Chart. Pallet Wood or Hardwood Fence Palings: Approx 19 Lengths at 700mm long. Exterior Grade Pine 90mm x 35mm: Two lengths at 2400mm (8 foot) Each length is cut down the middle to make two pieces. Exterior Grade Screws: 100 in total. One roll of Garden Matting: Optional. Skill Level: Easy. Time: One Weekend. I hope you enjoyed my video of how to make a planter box. Thanks for watching and l’ll see you all soon. Cheers, Uncle Kanckers Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsDIY: AWESOME Wooden Succulent Planter Box!How to Build a Raised Garden Bed. THE ULTIMATE Pallet Wood Vegetable Garden.How to Build a Privacy Planter – This Old HouseBuild a cheap and easy wooden planter boxBuild an easy, inexpensive wood planter boxHow to build a vertical garden planter […]

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  • Marhta Linck 1 year ago

    I made it, learned on woodprix website. great solutions I think.

  • sabry my 1 year ago

    I like u video,,,dont stop make video like this,,,,,,

  • TJ'S WOODWORKING SHOP 1 year ago

    No Problem Bro Have A Good Day :)

  • TJ'S WOODWORKING SHOP 1 year ago


  • TJ'S WOODWORKING SHOP 1 year ago


  • Richi & Andri 1 year ago

    Nicely done mr. But can i ask you, what size nails have you used, in millimeters? cheers…..Richi….Islas canarias ……

  • David Dunne 1 year ago

    Just finished your Planter Box…but it looked so lonely I built a 2nd one and still not satisfied I went the whole Hog and included a bench Seat connecting both Planters…now all I have to do is give it a coat {or 2} of Antique Pine and plant it up…only problem is I've orders for several more which I can do without as I want to keep them all for myself…

  • David Dunne 1 year ago

    Simple and Practical and very easy to Assemble…But PLEASE stick to what you do best and leave the "Singing" to someone else…

  • Willis Hundley 1 year ago

    Might I make a recommendation sir. Since your exposed to a pretty hot climate year around I thought I'd share a planting tip with you. Mixing your potting soil with Super Absorbent Polymers (SAP) will allow you to reduce the amount of time watering plants as well as prevent over watering. SAP's can be purchased online but if your looking for a cost effective way they're also found inside of baby diapers. They're perfectly safe to use. Sadly I can't take credit for this as it was told to me by Grant Thompson, a fellow youtuber. Here's a link to his video on the subject

  • gomgomboy 1 year ago

    uncle! r bunnies exclusive only to australia? i guess it's equals to home depot here in the usa

  • Austin H 1 year ago

    As an adult who works in a fairly multicultural environment, you'd think i'd stop being amused at the differences in jargon and slang used around the world haha but alas, I love it. Very good video!

  • Tim Clarke 1 year ago

    Hi Shane, thanks for all your tips. Just wondering if you could do a video on how to mark and cut 45* degree angles. Every time i seem to stuff it up and cut one side smaller. Please Help Mate

  • brandon baker 1 year ago

    we will try it

  • baljeet ahluwalia 1 year ago


  • vanexxa081 1 year ago

    That was awesome! I think I'll have to build one of these. Just scored some pallet wood 🙂
    And I'm a bunnings addict myself. I used to live across the road from one for a few years and I loved just crossing the road to grab my daily fix of whatever. My mum used to say to me "are you buying one screw at a time or what?"

  • sixxxxpack 1 year ago

    Again a decent job there Shane

  • MrLobby Lloyd 1 year ago

    Nice job Nackers

  • smilertiler1 1 year ago

    Another great job, mate.
    I often wonder about what size nails/brads you have in that gun, and don't they rust?

  • Ray Maldonado 1 year ago

    Excellent video uncle – from sunny Puerto Rico , keep those videos coming !