Make this fun outdoor planter for $20 with limited tools.

Make this fun outdoor planter for  with limited tools.

Here’s a fun project to get you outdoors. You’ll need 8 boards, a miter saw, and a drill to make this three tier planter. Full how-to article and free plans: http://bit.ly/3TierPlanter

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20 comments

  • Tori 3 months ago

    So cute! I would add a small square of chalkboard paint to the front of the boxes so you can label what's planted.

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  • Maria Morales 3 months ago

    This is the perfect project I am looking because it is so simple to follow, and very elegant when done. A lot of savings because I have a lot of available wood from the renovations. Share more about vertical gardening because I have limited space. Thank you in sharing this beautiful project.

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  • American-Outdoors.net 3 months ago

    Great video. Thanks Steve.

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  • NM Bowser 3 months ago

    Finished this project today. Very quick and easy. Pretty fun and nice project. Sucked a bit for me though because I live in NM and the wood warped by the time I got it home -_-

    But one suggestion I have for when you plant in the boxes: get some landscaping fabric or plastic. Line the inside up with a little bit of it and just use a staple gun to line up the box with it. Make some slits or holes in the bottom for drainage. This will help prevent your soil becoming contaminated from the material in the stain or finish (if you finished yours.)

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  • David Head 3 months ago

    hi Steve Ramsey

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  • David Head 3 months ago

    I like how you build stuff

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  • Michael Montgomery 3 months ago

    Steve, as always, inspiring. 🙂

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  • joetylerdale 3 months ago

    Steve, it's beautiful! And the pdf file is great! Thank You.

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  • Mulheres da Casa 3 months ago

    I love your car

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  • Jo Diaz 3 months ago

    I want to make this! !! Thank u!!

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  • angela sheppard 3 months ago

    I really like this project. the only thing is,I know myself. it seems I would probably end up dumping the box without some kind of holder or stop. any suggestions besides just screwing to the step?

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  • Nigel Mansell 3 months ago

    Another cool video Steve, you crack me up!

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  • chris pina 3 months ago

    hey I was making the boxes your measurements where 7 1/4 for the short ends but three 1×4 butted together are 10 1/2 inches even accounting for the two 3/4 in thickness is still off by like 2 inches. what gives good sir

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  • Larry Arnemann 3 months ago

    hey Steve. love your videos! how do I begin to get your plans?

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  • Betina Kroner 3 months ago

    Your videos are great. You explain everything so clearly and finally a video with metric measurements. Yay.

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  • Ma De 3 months ago

    music?

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  • Amado Orellana 3 months ago

    Thank you for sharing! I love it!

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  • Rob S5 3 months ago

    I like it thanks for the ideas

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  • Wood That You Could 3 months ago

    Thanks for the tribute, Steve.

    Rest in peace, Gene Wilder, you touched my soul.

    "Tell me where is fancy bred, or in the heart or in the head?" – Willy Wonka, The Merchant of Venice

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  • havoccarter32 3 months ago

    Very cool.

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