I used a pallet and painted and dry painted attached planters with hose clamps and screws to pallet. This a easy project.
Total Time: 2 days
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Hardiness Zone: 7a
Debbie in the Draft from Stuarts Draft, VA
Wood pallets will work fine. You can disassemble them and dig the boards into the ground a few inches, or secure the frame by pounding a few wooden or metal stakes into the ground on either side of them. Avoid commercially pressure-treated wood that contains arsenic or other toxic compounds that can leech into your soil.
I have a friend who did this successfully. I will be trying it this weekend! Email me for photos. lindabaldwin @ remove spaces . verizon.net /// just remind me what you're looking for in your email. Thanks.
Wood pallets? How does this work? Could I use it for my mini-pumpkins?