Space-saving ideas are always welcome, especially if you live in a tight spot. This leaves room for something else, or makes an area less cluttered. If you’re constantly in the lookout for tips that will help you make good use of space, this one’s for you.
Vertical gardening is very popular because it allows you to maximize space, no matter how limited. Additionally, when you lift plants up from the ground, you won’t have to bend all the way down. This enhances accessibility. And you have to admit, they look good, too.
This staircase planter is a great vertical gardening idea. It’s a simple project, one that you can easily do in one day. If you’re an inexperienced woodworker, ask for help. It’s a fun and worthwhile project to do.
- 2 – Stair Risers
- 5 – Planter Boxes
- 1 – 2″x4″x12′ Pressure Treated Board
- 4 – 3.5″ 5/16 Hex Bolts
- 4 – 5/16 Nuts
- 8 – 5/16 Washers
- 20 Screws (and matching size Washers)
- 8 additional Screws
- Measuring Tape
- Circular Saw
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You can find the instructions on how to build a space-saving staircase vertical planter here…