You’ve seen pallet projects before but this one is simple, relatively quick, and results in a planter that you can use to grow strawberries, veggies, screening shrubs, or greenery of your choice.
The resulting planter is not only functional but looks great too – no one would ever know that it was a simple pallet in its former life!
The project requires one pallet, a few hand tools, and a couple of hours on a sunny afternoon. Once you’ve made one, you’ll be able to knock them out quickly so you could end up with an entire container garden using these upcycled planters.
Using one wooden pallet as an example, this girl explains how to make a rectangular planter that will allow you the luxury of not having to water the plants for a day if for some reason you cannot.
After you have finished you will have a nicely packed pallet planter full of strawberries. Take a good care of them so they can grow strong, tasty and healthy. It will provide you with enough fresh strawberries for your family.