Are you looking for a spot to grow your container gardens but can’t find one? Create a planting station in your garden. On the potting table or station, you may even store any additional pots you may have.
This stand was constructed entirely by my husband and myself out of discarded fences and bits of scrap wood. We did not go out and purchase any of the materials we utilized just for the sake of this project.
The support framework and legs are both fashioned out of 2x4s, of which you may utilize recycled materials from old pallets.
Both the top and bottom surface areas are constructed from repurposed plywood.
The rear consists of additional fence material and has hooks as well as a small shelf for storing equipment.
If you already have the necessary equipment and some spare wood, this will be an easy job for you to do.
For the portions of the flat surface that you will be working on, you will need a material that can be cut to the length and breadth that you specify. I created it out of plywood with a thickness of 1/4 inch and it’s 2 feet by 3 feet.
In order to construct the legs, you will need four 2x4s of the same length. Adjust it so that it is at a level that is suitable for you.
In addition to that, you will need two smaller 2x4s (each cut to inside length or width for bracing and added support).
In addition, you may offer a space for attaching a bottom shelf to the structure by bracing the legs on the inside of the piece.
Clamps or screws may be used to secure a backing or shelf to the rear of the table, which will allow you to make use of the space. I utilized some old fences for this, which gives the exterior a more rustic appearance.
I painted and stained various parts of the house. Having been exposed to the elements, it has developed a patina that is just right for use as a plant stand in the garden.
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