Vertical Pallet Garden

 
DIY - Demonstrated by Mark Visser
Exercise your green thumb and DIY skills - build a vertical garden

Tight for space? The vertical pallet garden is a great option to exercise that green thumb and grow some herbs for your kitchen.

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    Everybody loves some fresh herbs in the kitchen - not everyone has the space. Upcycling this old pallet allows you to plant a variety of herbs without even if you don’t have a big garden.

    • Easy
      Easy tools
      When you want simplicity.
    • Universal
      Universal tools
      Versatility for more.
    • Advanced
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      When you seek the best.

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    Required materials:

    • Old scrap pallet
    • heavy duty plastic
    • pinewood
    • screws
    • utility knife
    • measuring tape
    • herbs/plants of choice
    • soil
    • pencil

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    Item

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    Designation

    Length

    Width

    Thickness

    Material

    0

    1

    Old scrap pallet

    1

    heavy duty plastic

    2 meters

    2

    4

    pinewood

    20

    12

    3

    4

    screws

    4

    utility knife

    5

    measuring tape

    6

    herbs/plants of choice

    7

    soil

    8

    pencil

    1

    Preparing the pallet

    Step 1
    Step 1

    Remove excess pallet boards so that you have an even number on each side. Don’t forget to remove any old nails and sand back to remove rough edges and prevent splinters.

    2

    Measure up the plastic

    step 2
    step 2

    Cut the plastic sheet 100mm longer at each end, and 260mm wider than the gap in the pallet. For example if the gap is 130mm x 400mm then cut your piece of pastic to be approximately 400mm x 600mm.

    3

    Secure the plastic to the pallet

    step 3
    step 3

    Make a 30 mm fold along the long edge of your material, using your Cordless tacker secure along one side with a few staples. Tuck the remaing plastic into the gap area then continure to fold and secure to the remaining sides of the pallet.

    4

    Final trimmings

    step 4
    step 4

    To ensure the plastic is secure and looks neat use measure and cut the pine down to the length of your pallet. Align ontop of the palstic and fix to the pallet with some screws.

    5

    Finishing touches

    step 6
    step 6

    Using the knife make a few drain holes in your plastic then fill with soil and your herbs/plants of choice.



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    Bosch does not accept any responsibility for the instructions stored here. Bosch would also like to point out that you follow these instructions at your own risk. For your own safety, please take all the necessary precautions.


     

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