How to Make a Vertical Planter From Bamboo

The raw and rustic look of this vertical bamboo planter adds a lot of charm.
The raw and rustic look of this vertical bamboo planter adds a lot of charm.

We used to complain about small spaces. Over the years, we learned that instead of complaining, it’s better to find a solution. And that we did. We’ve have learned to use the nook, crannies, and walls, maximizing space. In addition, we have learned to look up.

Small space? No problem!
Small space? No problem!

The use of vertical space is a profound answer to the lack of a horizontal one. In the garden, for example, people have discovered vertical gardening. Personally, I use vertical bamboo planters because they are space-saving, and the raw and rustic look adds a lot of charm.

If you have spare bamboo, turn those into vertical planters. It’s very, very easy to make. You can make lots of them and place them at a central point in your garden. They look good together. Or you can give them out as gifts to your friends. They’ll surely appreciate the thought.

Materials:

  • Bamboo
  • Long screws

Tools:

  • Saw
  • Measuring tape
  • Pencil
  • Drill with drill bits
  • Sandpaper

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Watch the tutorial video below to learn how to make a vertical planter from bamboo.

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