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Yes, very well done @Poppop. I'm sure this project will be popular with Workshop members.
Perhaps you might like to share some detail about how you made it so that community members who are inspired by your work can make something like it?
Thanks for sharing.
I'll try to get some good photos or video of the next one I make.
That would be fantastic, thanks Dave (@Poppop).
Looking forward to it.
what is this used for? Do you sow seeds in it , then replant when bigger?
Welcome to Workshop. We hope you find the site really useful for getting advice and inspiration for your projects.
Could you tell us a bit more about the planter box that you are referring to? We'd be happy to help.
sorry . just seen two more and now realise what they are.
No worries at all @brian2. Thanks for the clarification. I've moved your posts to sit with the planter box you are referring to.
@Poppop might like to respond to you to let you know how he uses these planters in his garden.
Thanks again, please let me know if you ever need a hand getting the most from the site.
My Parents use this one at their Unit where garden space is limited. It's about 50 cm square from memory and they use it to grow herbs, cherry tomatoes and even flowers. Being on legs enables them to move it around their court yard over the course of the year to suit the position of the sun.
Wow, it looks amazing! Really good job I am going to create something similar! I have got some wooden boards that I want to use to create it. For sure I will share effects with you
Visitors to this popular project might also be interested in this raised garden bed also built by @Poppop - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Gallery/Raised-veggie-garden-made-from-Bunnings-fence-palings/cns-p/1...
Hope his fantastic work inspires you to build your own.
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