7 Free Planter Box Plans

How to Build a Planter Box

This raised planter box takes it to the next level with a box that is counter-height which makes it easier to take care of your little garden. It has a nice rustic look plus a lower shelf that you can use for storage or decorations. It would look great on a deck, porch, or patio.

How to Build a Planter Box from Chatfield Court

Raised Planter Boxes With Sub-Irrigation

This raised planter box plan gives you not only the advantage of a raised garden but also the luxury of a self-watering system. There are instructions for how to build a raised bed built out of cedar and how to add a sub-irrigation system so you only have to remember to water a few times a month.

Stand Up Planter Box

This plan builds a fairly large planter box, coming in at 60″ x 36″. It’s also raised 32″, to make bending over your garden easier. Along with the free plan is a video that shows you all the details on how to build one for yourself.

Rolling Planter Box

This raised planter box adds yet another advantage to having a raised bed garden, it’s on wheels. This makes it easy to move for watering and gives you a way to protect the plants in it when the weather gets cold.

Rolling Planter Box from Kleinworth & Co.

Raised Vegetable Garden with Compost Bins

This raised planter box plan will give you everything you need to have a successful raised vegetable garden. There are three areas for plants along with separate areas for composting. The compost feeds the surrounding plants, giving them the nutrients they need to grow. There is also room for hanging plants at the top of the structure.

Metal Raised Garden Bed

Instead of using all wood, this free raised planter box uses corrugated metal for the sides. It’s also raised slightly higher than your average raised bed, making it easy to bend over and plant seeds as well as harvest. There are also a lot of tips included on how to set up an irrigation system.

Raised Garden Bed

This raised garden bed plan uses inexpensive furring strips to create a 50.5″ x 50.5″ square bed that you can use to plant seeds or seedlings. It’s an inexpensive DIY project that will only take you an hour or so to complete.

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