Ah, the good ole pallet garden ideas! There are a trillion and one things to do with these handy wooden pieces, and while they make a big statement in your home, they can make a BIGGER statement in regards to your garden. It’s time to beg your local grocery store for their extras…you won’t regret it when you finish these pallet garden ideas!
This project is seriously perfect for any balcony gardeners! A pallet is JUST the thing to house your favorite plants in a small space. Tropical Living shows readers how to create a “living wall” sure to please anyone. Who knew this a pallet was literally all you needed to start pallet gardening?
A different take on the previous idea…stack four pallets into a “square” on top of another pallet. Pallet gardens house a ton of gardening space, and your vegetables will love their new home!
This doesn’t even look like it was made out of pallets! More like a hammer and nails! Stain your piece before planting your herbs to give your vertical garden a classier finish. Make sure you make the plant “pockets” deep enough to house plenty of soil!
Raised garden beds are all of the rage these days! They’re easy to build, and great for gardeners with pets or a lack of yard space. Here, one pallet cuts just and sawed into a raised bed fit for any veggie. Lovely Greens shows you how to house your greens with this raised garden bed.
Every entertainer needs a outdoor table for a backyard party! Cut out the middle of your freshly made pallet table for a place to plant your favorite succulents. If you don’t like the look of greenery, you can fill it with ice and drinks, instead! Guests won’t have to walk far at all for a drink refill.
Dress up your porch with a layered garden planter that’s the perfect place to grow flowers. Use whichever variety of flowers that you would like, but my personal favorites are Marigolds.
TIP: If kept outdoors, you will need to add a sealant so the pallet wood doesn’t warp in harsh weather.
Old wooden pallet turned garden bed? Yes, please! Lay a recycled pallet in the desired place, fill each hole with soil, and the seeds of your choice. You’ll never forget what you planted when they’re divided up like this!
Does the thought of planting DIRECTLY into a pallet a little intimidating for you? I completely understand! Instead of planting directly into your pallet, mount terra cotta pots on your pallet instead! This kind of project is a little easier to manage, but remember not to pick a variety of plant that will out grow the pot, it’ll be much harder to transfer them this time around. How will you start pallet gardening? Hopefully you’ll try one of my pallet garden ideas!
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