Pallet Flower Garden

If you have a small yard like me, a vertical flower garden is a great space-saver.
I got my pallet for free. Home Improvement centers are usually happy to let you take one if you ask. My preparations were simple. I gave it a quick sanding to smooth out the rough edges, and then wiped on a dark stain to make the wood a bit richer in color.
I stapled landscape fabric to the back and bottom to hold everything in place.
Filling it in with flowers was fun...and time consuming.
Row by row, I built my masterpiece. I used Spanish Moss in between each layer to help keep the soil in place.
This was a very easy way to add color to my small backyard. I am so happy with how it turned out. HAPPY SPRING!

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  • Gail
    on Sep 25, 2019

    Im hoping to do this in the spring. thanks for the idea. I had a thought that if I used a small pallet I could do the same thing with fake flowers to put in my sewing/craft area for the winter . It would add some cheer to the long winters in Wisconsin!

  • Kymberlee Ann Conry Cheney
    on Dec 13, 2019


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