Making Railing for Cedar Planter
Cedar planter is a good choice for growers because it is naturally resistant to putrefaction and decomposition and has the ability to withstand the elements for many years. Check the railing to make sure it is sturdy enough to support the weight of the drill. Consider the width of the handrail as an aspect of its strength and as a visual element compared with the proposed size of the pot.
In general, a railing cedar planter is three feet long and six inches high, but you can alter the measurements to your needs. Also keep in mind the size of mature container flowers or foliage plant you want, when deciding on the size of the pot. Cut thick cedar planter table 1 ¾-inch in five pieces with a handsaw.
You will need two long tables to the front of the pot railing and back, two identical short side tables and a database table that is as long as the faceplate, but just wide to the sides. Sand each board to make it smooth. Hold base firmly and drill drainage holes rows of 1 inch wide at him. Space rows eight to ten inches apart. Rub the sandpaper directly over the drain holes to eliminate sharp edges.