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Project by robdem posted 1143 days ago 1407 views 21 times favorited 8 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This is my first projects to be posted . Wife wanted some new planters for the deck . Wood magazine had this couple of months ago gave them a try came out good. They are made of 5/4 pressure treated wood . Cedar a little expensive here in New York Long Island. They are stained with cabot’s barn red stain. Used popular dowels instead of 3/4 copper pipe for trellis





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kiefer

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#1 posted 1143 days ago

nice looking planter you did a great job and also substituted materials very well

kiefer

-- Kiefer 松

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dadefreese

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#2 posted 1143 days ago

I saw that plan. Nice work!

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devann

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#3 posted 1142 days ago

Those are pretty nice, you did a good job. What kind of bottom did you use? I have some leftover redwood from a porch swing. I’ve been wanting to make a planter out of it, been laying on my workbench for over a month now. I don’t want a wood bottom, any suggestions?

-- Darrell, making more sawdust than I know what to do with

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#4 posted 1142 days ago

I like those planters.

-- CJIII Future cabinetmaker

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Alan

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#5 posted 1142 days ago

This looks great. I really like the boxes with the trellis.

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Pdl

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#6 posted 1142 days ago

I was planning on building one of these for my wife as well. It is small enough to still on our porch, but large enough for her needs. Do you think you could share the overall cost of the project? Thanks, it looks GREAT!

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ScottnKY

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#7 posted 1142 days ago

Planning on doing some of these as well. You did a great job!!

I am going to use the ””Deckorator classic ballusters” instead of the copper pipe. They run @ $2.50 ea. for the 32” Much less than Copper pipe!!

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robdem

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#8 posted 1142 days ago

Devann bottoms are 5/4×6 pt with gap between boards for drainage. Cost of both planters was approx 150 dollars thats with buying screws and set of fostner bits ineeded to drill holes for dowels. Bit set was 25 dollars at grizzly bits are 1/16 increaments set of 6.Thanks to all for comments

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