When using cinder blocks for plants what do you use on bottom so dirt

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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Jul 06, 2017
    put landscape fabric inside

  • Chubby58 Chubby58 on Jul 06, 2017
    Try putting your plant in a pot and dropping it in the cinder block. I have some large pots about 2 feet tall and I fill them up with blocks of styrofoam that I have saved from ordering things online. About 10 or 12 inches from the top, I stop and put a black trash bag in the open space, fill it with dirt, put my plant in and trim the plastic just about 1" inside. This has worked great, because filling a 3 foot pot I could not even lift it.

  • Zoe Emiko Zoe Emiko on Jul 06, 2017
    I would think a square of screening would do the trick.

  • Norris720 Norris720 on Jul 06, 2017
    Ok I am jumping, you can glue a concrete stepping stone to the bottom. #2. You can glue wire screen cloth to the bottom and add weed block to the bottom to hold the dirt in and drain. #3. if they are not going to move add rocks and gravel to the bottom. #4. You can cut up a gallon milk bo

  • Norris720 Norris720 on Jul 06, 2017
    Dsolice8996 - #I. You can glue concrete stepping stones to the bottom. #2 you can glue wire cloth to the bottom and add weed block screen to the inside bottom to keep the dirt in. #3 You can add rocks and gravel to the bottom if you are not going to move them. #4 You can cut up a 1/2 gallon/quart milk jug to fit on the inside of the cinder block.

  • Dso25874558 Dso25874558 on Jul 07, 2017
    Thank you so much. Love the look but could never figure out the solution 👍👍👍👍