You don’t need a lot of space to grow fresh vegetables, herbs, and fruits. All you really need is a container, a growing medium, water, and sun, and you can start growing some tasty things. Plant breeders know that after taste, home gardeners want high yields from small spaces, so they develop varieties that can grow in just about any container all year long.
Classic whiskey barrel planter in a Distressed Oak finish with antique pewter-colored bands.
You know what they say: if there’s a will, there’s always a way. So here’s a great garden idea for you.
If you have limited gardening space and some old wine barrels, this DIY wine barrel planter project is for you. You simply have had to saw the barrels up and divide them into several tiers. If you want more compartments, you can use old pallets.
This Wine barrel planter has an old rustic look to it that certainly adds to the charm. So it’s really both decorative and functional. Don’t you just love multi-purpose projects?
- Wine Barrel
- 2 strips of Wood ½x6x26”
- 7 strips of Wood 1/2×10-12” (length varies with mitered corners)
- Wood Screws
- Jig Saw
- Compound Miter Saw
- Power Screwdriver with Drill Bit
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Wanna learn how to make planters out of wine barrels? Get the step-by-step instructions here.