Cedar Wall Planter
This simple cedar wall planter is great for herbs or spring flowers. Jamison from RogueEngineer.com provides the step-by-step plans showing you exaclt how to make your very own.
To see photos of this build be sure to visit the wall planter build post over at RogueEngineer.com
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Cut the boards as shown in the cut list using a miter saw.
Step 1: Assemble Back
Assemble the back by drilling pocket holes in the boards as shown and screwing together using 1-1/4" pocket screws.
Step 4: Cut French Cleat
To create a french cleat rip a scrap 1x4 board (about 24" in length) down the middle on a 45 degree angle.
Step 5: Install French Cleat and Hang Planter
Install one side of the cleat on the planter using 1-1/4" exterior screws and the other on the wall.
Note: Be sure to check for level throughout this step and if installing cleat into brick or cement you'll need a hammer drill and concrete anchors.
For more photos of this build process be sure to check out the wall planter build post at RogueEngineer.com
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3x 1x8x8' Cedar Board
1-1/4" pocket screws
1-1/4" brad nails