Can you make pots out of wood?
A wooden planter is a great way of creating a bed to grow plants and vegetables in if you are short of space. You can make a wooden planter in a day, using treated timber. Simply work out how big an area you need, cut the wood to size and follow our steps to putting the planter together.
What is a planter chair?
One of the most popular remnants of the colonial era, the Planter’s Chair has become synonymous with antique furniture from this period. The Planter’s Chair is a low, easy chair with an inclined seat and arms that fold in and out. These arms extend out to form the leg rests.
What can I do with an old dining table?
7 Ways to Refresh the Look of an Existing (Old/Boring/Not You) Dining Table
- Refinish the finish. You’d be surprised what a new finish on an old dining table can do.
- Distract with chairs.
- Forget chairs.
- Table cloth.
- Amazing light fixture.
- Set it.
- Replace the base.
How do you keep wooden planters from rotting?
The best way to prevent deck planters from rotting is with a liner. Lining a wood planter prevents water and fungi from contacting the wood. Preventing rotting by separating that which is good for the plants, water and fungi from the wood.
- Plastic Bottles. Recycle your plastic bottles by using them at the bottom of your big containers.
- Packing Peanuts. Reuse your Styrofoam packing peanuts as filler for large pots.
- Wood Chips. Don’t have enough of the previous two ingredients?
- Landscape Rocks.
What kind of wood should I use for a planter box?
Cedar, white oak and redwood naturally resist termites and other insects. They stand up very well to the elements and last season after season. They can, however, require more upfront investment. Soft woods such as pine work best for indoor planters.