DIY Strawberry (or Herb) Planter With Measurements...


I'm sharing how to make my strawberry planter stand, as I have been asked so many times how this was built...
Mia Bella Gardens original DIY Strawberry Planter was made from a photograph off Pinterest.
This had no links to the original maker, whom I have never managed to track down,
and therefore there was no plan.
It was a guess the measurements from the picture situation.
But it worked out really well!
Above is the original picture from Pinterest and I have added the measurements to it. I'm not a professional builder so I hope this all makes sense.
Use the first photograph as a guide and adjust measurements if necessary. You can see the end caps on the original picture are not even so I changed that on my version.
Concrete with Quick mix fast set concrete the two long posts into the ground.
When set attach the 1300x 45mm lengths.
Then the ends.
Put in the centre supports.
The rectangle planters should sit nicely in the gaps.
You will need six planters.
The lip of the planter needs to sit on the wood edge.
Then plant with strawberries (or herbs).
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2 comments
  • Amy Ogden-Paparone
    on Jun 23, 2015

    I love this! Compact, Raised (which is really the best ever!) and so pretty looking. I'm going to do this next year in my garden! Thanks so much for sharing!

  • Mck3329145
    on Feb 6, 2016

    This is an attractive and compact way to grow... UP. Definitely on my "save" list!

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