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Create your own pallet herb garden, by growing vertically you will save space in your back yard and be able to grow more food for you and your family. In this video I will show you the tools and supplies that you need in order to do it yourself! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsVertical Gardening: Gutter Garden! (QTT #7)Gutter GardenVertical Gardening! The Benefits and How to Get StartedEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodDouglas County Roofing & Gutter Inc.Vertical Gardening Ideas, Green Walls

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  • Egor Moisenko 3 weeks ago

    I've found great handbook on woodprix website. Good solutions for everyone I think

  • Puryear Eaker 3 weeks ago

    if you want to learn how to make it yourself, just go to woodprix website. There you'll find your answers 🙂

  • Duca Schoenberg 3 weeks ago

    Nice movie. However you can make it yourself. Just google woodprix and learn how to do it easily.

  • Maida Dutcher 3 weeks ago

    Great to see that… I made it too. Using woodprix handbooks 🙂

  • Maida Dutcher 3 weeks ago

    On WoodPrix you can find excellent plans for woodworking.

  • Der Garten Kärnten 3 weeks ago

    Boomer Sooner

  • Jim Beshears 3 weeks ago

    Thanks for sharing. Do the plants do ok with the sun reflecting back at them off the pallet? I'm thinking about doing this tomorrow but just sinking 2×4 in the groundnin front of my back fence, then attaching the gutters spafed a foot apart.

  • RoatanLife 3 weeks ago

    You can use a circular table saw or even a wide hacksaw 🙂

  • adina r. thomas 3 weeks ago

    May I offer an idea, this nis femine thought: what about building up this setting on a sort of iron door opening to two areas out in the su with these gutter somewhat smaller and one gutter container to the right hand side and the following level to the left on the other side of the door or dividing surroundings? my idea I don't figure out if you'd get my point the chinese like these dividers indoors for decoration w/curtains

  • growingNokc 3 weeks ago

    I think you are right – I haven't noticed any signs of rot yet. But I bet it's inevitable.

  • Lois Laney 3 weeks ago

    No so easy after they have been cut.

  • Joel Recu 3 weeks ago

    What does one do to keep the pallet wood from rotting out ?
    Plus I think you should have painted your pallet first

  • growingNokc 3 weeks ago

    no problem! good luck with your small garden.

  • growingNokc 3 weeks ago

    haha – I am originally from California, but I have lived in Oklahoma for almost 20 yrs. Sounds like a great family project, send me pictures or a video. 🙂

  • A. BEE 3 weeks ago

    Wow! your not from OKlahoma are you? i really like how you made it sound hard to get the end caps on… my 4 year old could do that!

  • Dea Andra 3 weeks ago

    this is what i need for my small space garden. thanks for sharing

  • Live Muthatrucka 3 weeks ago

    I think I'll invest into some dremel type tool before attempting this project.

  • DJMovit 3 weeks ago

    Worst case go over your cut edges with pliers to flatten down those areas or get a block of wood and a hammer and tap it down flat.

  • Lois Laney 3 weeks ago

    I did make one of these last year, I had the same problem with the ends. (pain) I did use a drip line but only needed one on the top level. I show how I did it in a video. Great idea on the pallets!

  • growingNokc 3 weeks ago

    The other pieces were cut to 4 feet which is too long. I need to re-cut them to 3' so they will fit on the pallet.