You do not need to buy flower pots if you want to tall outdoor planters. Recycle old wood or plastic bins, such as milk boxes, to the planters. Wooden boxes are an attractive choice, but plastic jars provide a durable utilitarian choice.
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Wash back in soapy water and rinse in clear water. Use 2:58 splashes of detergent in the water. Allow the paint to dry before tall planters. Line the inside of the box with the landscape piece. Staple the edges of the fabric to the edge of the box to hold it in place with a heavy stapler. The fabric keeps the soil in place while water drainage. Fill the box with soil to within 2 inches of the rim. Place your plants in the soil; plant them at the same depth as they grew in their previous pot.
Tips and warning
Line the box with a coconut fiber or white moss mat instead of using the landscape fabric. Plant finishing plants, such as ivy, between the side rods on the box so that the plants trail down the side. Cut a score through the landscape fabric to plant through. The ground in the drawers dries out quickly because moisture is lost through the side splinters. These outdoor planters require more frequent watering.