DIY Paver Planter

DIY, Gardening, Projects

  1. This is an awesome project. What patients you have waiting for each side to dry. It was well worth it, because your end result was great. I believe you are right, this little gem isn’t going anywhere in the wind.

  2. Els says:

    Well done ! I love the step by step directions!

  3. Maureen says:

    We just added this to our to-do list, we both love it!

  4. I am loving this Shayna! The combo of the wood and concrete is perfection!

  5. Amy Anderson says:

    I love how you used the smaller pavers together – this is awesome! Here’s the version I did. I made mine a little stubbier:
    modpodgerocksblog.com/2015/04/how-to-build-a-paver-planter.html

  6. April Hoff says:

    LOVE this planter, Shayna! The combination of the cement and the wood is perfect! It looks like I could actually make it too!

  7. This is absolutely amazing Shayna! Such a creative idea and I love how it came out!!

  8. Jenna says:

    I love the rustic and industrial combo on this planter!!

  9. Chelsea says:

    This is such a cool project, Shayna! Love the wood and concrete combo!

  10. What fun, Shayna! I love the wood tones mixed with the pavers.

  11. Jamie says:

    Wow, Shayna, what a great idea! It turned out beautifully. I love the pavers and wood together.
    Hugs, Jamie

  12. Cannot wait to see it on the finished patio!!!

  13. DesertOaks says:

    How do you not have the weight of soil, water, and plants pushing out the sides?

  14. Meg says:

    Awesome!! How is the drainage with this? Did you have to poke any holes in the landscape fabric, or was the fabric porous enough?

    • Shayna says:

      Thank you! The planter always drains really well, but it will depend on how thick the landscape fabric is that you use. If you don’t notice it draining, you’ll want to poke some holes in the fabric. I hope that helps! 🙂

  15. Bonita Rankey says:

    I lovs this rustic looking planter, wonderful instructions. Im making one, or a couple for veggie boxes since I can no longer bend over and garden the traditional way, in the ground.

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