Build Indoor Herb Planter

Published On September 1, 2017 | By agung | Herb Planter

Indoor herb planter - Build a container plantation timber for a quick and cost-effective to improve the attractiveness of the room and decorate the surrounding space with natural color. Depending on personal preference, vertical or cascade grows flowers, herbs or miniature trees or shrubs in the plant container when filled with soil. Mounting a rectangular container is a relatively simple procedure that requires some basic tools. Once built, paint the planter a bold color or decorative stencil designs rather than enhanced appeal.

Bottle Indoor Herb Planter

Bottle Indoor Herb Planter

Indoor herb planter measure the size of the interior point where you want the pot so you can determine its size accordingly. Each assembled planter has five parts: a base, two identical end pieces and two identical long sides.

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Indoor herb planter measure and cut five lengths of 1-inch 8-inch wood to desired dimensions using a handsaw. Sand the edges of each length to remove splinters and smooth the rough edges. Drill 1/2 to 3 / drain holes 4 inches across the base. Position two holes near each end and one near the center.

Spread the wood for the base on a flat, hard surface. Keep one of the long tables that form the front of the container against the long side of the base plate to form a secure bond.

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