I recently stumbled upon a woodworking post that is great substitute to add privacy in backyard, or use directly fence or segment big gardens into small sections for seating. Vertical Wall Garden Planter is one of the easiest and most aesthetic ways of adding greenery either to indoors or backyard and garden with the modern layout, grow your own herbs or vegetables. K. Sollars shares the full tutorial with shopping list and a cost of 450 bucks to build his trellis planter, with the finished product 16’ long, 8’ high, and 24.5” deep (18’ deep interior). You can use cedar wood, one of the best choice for garden fixtures, the designer of this uses Douglas Fir, since Cedar would have been too expensive. He also uses the wood stain/sealer to make it sustainable for outdoor use, and suggest to make smaller planter and join them together if needed.
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Click the link below for the more detailed tutorial with plan: