DIY: How To Make a big free-standing Planter-box under $150. 73″ x 55″ X 16.50″

Material List Below – BTW if your trying to figure out why the box looks like it does, it is because we built it upside down, so we could put the 5th leg in the middle so it would support the large span, and when we were done, we flipped it over ready to go. Make sure your bottom boards have 1/4″ spacing for good drainage, and staple screen material over the slats so you do not lose valuable planter material. There are lots of planter-boxes you can buy, but nothing gives you a more satisfied feeling as making the planter-box yourself. After-all, you’re making the box to grow vegetables so you do not need to rely on anyone else for most of your survival. Comment below if you want me to give you more details. All materials were purchased at Home Depot. We did our homework and found that the more wood you use is Cedar is the best choice for the design, as it does not “ugly out” like Redwood or standard doug fir does.BTW, I know that I messed up the title, working gettin used to VideoShop.app, which was edited on my iphone. Expect better. Materials list for this box – I chose Cedar Fence posting as it was cheaper and all you have to do it cut off the tabs and you got great wood. Here is the list – 31 each fence 72″ x 5.5″ x 0.625 Home Depot item number – 769887020043 cut 55″ long 2 each 4×4 11.32 (not redwood make careful cuts 5 legs, not 6) 4 legs @ 32″ and 5th leg @ 13 3/8″ Item number – 073291330019 2 Each 2×4 standard stud (not redwood) 3 boxes of 1 5/8″ Coarse Drywall Screws 1LB 1 Box of 2″ Coarse Drywall Screws 1LB 1 Box of 2 1/2″ Coarse Drywall Screws 1LB

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