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How to Build a Trellis Planter

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Today we made a trellis planter!! I love the way it turned out! We do all sorts of home/garden projects. Let us know what you thought of this one and leave a comment for suggestions for future videos! FOLLOW US HERE: facebook.com/gardenanswer pinterest.com/gardenanswer Twitter @gardenanswer HELPFUL LINKS: Plans for this project: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B4LNNHR7GzdiTUpzSkhJd0IxeUU&usp=sharing
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All Eyez On Me (1 month ago)
Hello is there any video updates trellis??
Ash (1 month ago)
Omg. The shakey camera reminded me it's not just Laura who improved and became more confident with garden answers!!!! You guys are amazing. Best youtube couple!!! ...😍
Pasha Haletskiy (1 month ago)
I'm sure you can find awesome woodworking plans on woodprix website
Natalie Rutherford (1 month ago)
Any update on how this held up?
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Jayden Brumous (2 months ago)
I am pretty sure you can still buy handbook with all details you need on wood prix.
Wolfsangeleyes (2 months ago)
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Pompom Mania (2 months ago)
Good video but you are talking so fast that it makes it hard to follow for newbies.
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Max C (3 months ago)
I love it. ❤️ Thx for all the grrrrrr8 ideas.
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Big Mess (3 months ago)
I haven’t seen a wood buy list posted, so I thought I’d share. I just built this today, though made some very minor adjustments to the top and feet. Absolutely love it! 8 - 1” x 6” x 6’ cedar pickets 6 - 2” x 4” x 8’ pressure treated 2 - 4” x 4” x 8' pressure treated 2 - 1” x 4” x 8’ pressure treated 1 - 4’ x 8’ lattice Hope this helps! Please keep in mind that if you use the directions from the link, the 2x1 is incorrect. She uses 2x4’s for the sides.
Belia Krouse (3 months ago)
Instructions from the Stodoys site perfect for beginners.
Sherryl Keith (3 months ago)
Stodoys plans help with such details.
Gaby Perez (3 months ago)
Beautiful work
Brassfield Zendejas (4 months ago)
You can do it much faster with stodoys plans.
Mohammed Yousuf (4 months ago)
Brilliant work
hiba alshahwani (4 months ago)
Amazing 😍
moctezuma696 (4 months ago)
Really liked the video. Thank you! My next project.
Sherryl Keith (5 months ago)
You can use woodprix, it has the best handbooks and ready instructions. You can learn much from them and make it yourself.
Cadena Ek (6 months ago)
I am sure that you will find good way to make it on woodprix Webpage.
Jonathan Gutierrez (6 months ago)
Love the work
Peg Dimarco (8 months ago)
It's simple, Just go to woodprix page - and enter the Wood World.
Thank you so much for this beautiful design
Cravens Boughner (8 months ago)
Check Woodprix mates. I love it to my wooden projects.
Linda Inda (9 months ago)
could I use rubber paint for the inside of the planter.??
Kevin P (9 months ago)
Really impressive stuff, inspired me to give something like this a try!
Gris Espino (10 months ago)
Love it.. it can be modified as a potting center and the trellis a tool holder! Keep the projects coming 8)
Romelia Polly (10 months ago)
This time I will use Woodprix instructions to make it myself :)
Egor Savchenko (11 months ago)
i made it too. just used woodprix instructions. just click the pig on that website :)))
Conner Monier (11 months ago)
You should go to WoodPrix if you'd like to make it yourself guys.
Low Waste Oasis (1 year ago)
I know I've already watched this video but it's so good! The planter is so beautiful. I really admire how you didn't see what you wanted out there so you built it! Great work!
Romelia Polly (1 year ago)
I know that you can get solutions for that on Woodprix website. just google 'Woodprix' :)))
POOJA GOSWAMI (1 year ago)
so beautiful...
Doyle Metzinger (1 year ago)
I made it with WoodPrix handbooks !
Carmella (1 year ago)
"sweet autumn clematis up the lattice " HAHA I LOVE that line .
Yura Kovalec (1 year ago)
Go to woodprix page if you want to learn how to build it yourself
This time I'll use woodprix instructions to make it myself :)
Romelia Darosa (1 year ago)
I made it myself thanks to Woodprix website.
Tony (1 year ago)
Where did you get your finials? Home Depot and Lowes has a very limited selection
Keli Weisgerber (1 year ago)
I am pretty sure you can find good solution on WoodPrix page :)
Romaine Athey (1 year ago)
If you want to make your own woodworking yourself just look for Woodprix website. There is all you need to make it :)
cindipom (1 year ago)
Just love your wood projects!
Nunya Business (1 year ago)
I just picked up some 15 year old cedar dog ear pickets that were taken down and stored in the garage rafters till now. I paid $25 for 25 of them and I think I'm going to make this trellis planter! What kind of 2x4's did you use? I just have never seen any that look that the ones you used. I can't wait to make this!
Moss and Oak (1 year ago)
You seriously post the best videos! I love how straight to the point you are
Hiteshri Parikh (1 year ago)
Can someone tell me how many 2 1/2" screws and 1 5/8" screws do I need?
ekta chaudhary (1 year ago)
Hey, great video! I was wondering if the wood wouldn't get bad with the rains or the stain that you used will protect it?
Yura Kovalec (1 year ago)
Check woodprix handbook if you want to make it cheaper and better.
? ? (1 year ago)
I like video
Ryan Boyd (1 year ago)
Looks great thanks for sharing :)
Artem Brovchenko (1 year ago)
Go to woodprix if you'd like to build it yourself.
Cathy McAuliffe (1 year ago)
Are the plans still available? The link isn't working for me this morning. Would love to try this project.
Remington Mcneese (1 year ago)
It's simple, Just go to WoodPrix page - click the start button and make it yourself.
osman h (1 year ago)
i hope if u write the name of planets u plant in all u videos
osman h (1 year ago)
if u put ivy boston that would be great رائع استمري اختي 👍👍👍
antillano kukulcan (1 year ago)
thanks for the video did i mention that you are gorgeous
Ghadah Ahmad (1 year ago)
Great job girl 👏🏻👏🏻🍃
Captin Emad (1 year ago)
Beautiful work and the beauty of the work is to you Miss
Luis Manchola (1 year ago)
I love this! When I follow the link to the plans for this project, every time I click on them they disappear.... is there another way to see/get the plans?
Ethel Baste (1 year ago)
awesome work!!!
69juamex (1 year ago)
Love it, great ideals as always
joesl8 (2 years ago)
Nicely done!
Shahila Siddiqui (1 year ago)
Garden Answer (2 years ago)
Thank you! :)
Great build video, but you sounded so rushed that I had to replay a couple of sections to get what it was you said. You would be great at speed reading!LOL
cassandra meade (2 years ago)
can you tell me do we use 2x1 or 2x2s the video shows 2x4s but the plans say 2x1s plz
marites kelley (2 years ago)
creative girl i love all your videos..always giving me an idea..
Denver Organo (2 years ago)
can i plant roses in there?
ezyreap (2 years ago)
you have nice hair ;)
Crystal Scott (2 years ago)
how tall is just the planter without feet attached
Katrina Worrell (2 years ago)
I feel like a stalker watching you so much, but you are so very helpful with awesome ideas to help my Brown thumb and coordination of color combinations! you keep rockn'
Crystal Scott (2 years ago)
for this same plan...what would be the cut list for a 5 ft planter? how wide is the planter from the front to the back of the planter? yall did a beautiful job building this trellis 🌟
anna walters (2 years ago)
your my hero, your helping me get started with my garden.
Aditya Saxena (2 years ago)
Hey can you plz put some light on Jasmine plants that we can grow and prune jasmine plants.
Aditya Saxena (2 years ago)
i am from India and today just go through your garden answer and found it very nice and innovative, keep this good work continue .
meckleboy (2 years ago)
Im going to use this but add thinner 1x3 moldings for front to add a little depth and visual appeal. And prob make the top boards overhang a bit as well. may use vinyl lattice too(if cheaper) as im going to paint whole thing white.And Im going to make two.On each side of and existing archwayOtherwise I love the design.Thx for the inspiration
Garden Answer (2 years ago)
+meckleboy Love your ideas! I think yours will turn out beautiful! :)
marwa mansoor (2 years ago)
I like all you vidous and I wacheing all one by one thank you soo mach
John Lairet (2 years ago)
This video rocks! Put it together with Woody Hyezmar's concepts (google him) and you'll be spinning with awesome ideas!
Phuong Tran (2 years ago)
Wow. Great planter and fantastic videography. I need to build on against the fence , but it is a little sloped for runoff. I guess just adjust the feet to account for the slope? Back feet higher than front feet.
TheNuyorker (2 years ago)
If I made this could I put perennials in? Would they grow back?
Garden Answer (2 years ago)
+TheNuyorker It's always a bit risky putting perennials in containers, but I do fairly well with mine if I remember to throw a little water on them every 2 weeks through the winter, even if there is snow on top of the soil surface! #1 reason they don't survive containers is because they dry out, #2 reason is that they don't have enough insulation, but this trellis container has a pretty good size reservoir so that wouldn't be a problem. :)
Khurshid Qazi (2 years ago)
looks great
James Dobson (2 years ago)
wow i loved it. as a wood artist it shows me how to build it and become better. also make one of my house.
Always Creating Blog (2 years ago)
What a great idea! I just bought my first house and have a great breezeway so was looking for ideas, and found your video. I love it so much! New subscriber! Thanks for sharing!
Garden Answer (2 years ago)
+always creating Thank you!!! :)
Uzma Riaz (2 years ago)
Dear . I am in new in gardening. Just intiated gardening by planting mint , penzi, salad leaves & tomatoes. Then I searched that if there is any good guidance or expert around. I take you as my mentor now, you are away , I don't know where you are from or from which country, but I can feel that you are around. I am under your coaching so thank you for making us good Gardner. I loved your love to nature & soil. Great inspiration for me. Thank you & love, ❤
Garden Answer (2 years ago)
+Uzma Riaz Gardening is my favorite thing to do, so I'm happy to hear that you are doing it, too! <3
Tre' Littrell (2 years ago)
Just finished this project. A couple tips: if you use the link provided for your plans, as I did, it has the sides listed as 2x1's. Do NOT use 2x1's! They will not match up correctly. Not sure why the plans say that, as she is using 2x4's in the video, and that is what you should use. Also, there is simply no way she attached the sides, then the back, then the front. Do the back first, laid down, then the sides, then the front. Again, in the video, she is clearly doing the back first. If you're getting your wood at Home Depot or lowes, there usually isn't an oak screen trim, so I wouldn't bother looking for it. Pine or cedar are usually the only options in that size. I used pine and it works great.
Orchid Komando (2 months ago)
@ Darbin Orvar Here are a ton of great woodworking plans if you're interested: LukeWood.xyz
Nadine Taylor (1 year ago)
Tre' Littrell
Tre' Littrell (2 years ago)
Also! I didn't buy dimensional lumber for the plankings like she did. I used pallet wood. Instead of it being a solid plank all the way across the front, it was two rows of planks, butted up against each other and screwed down at the sides and the center post. This way may take a bit more creativity to get things (mostly) flush, but since you're lining it anyways, it'll work fine. I think I used four or five pallets.
Nancy Estes (2 years ago)
That turned out beautiful.
Becca B (2 years ago)
I have the plans but is there a shopping list? I'm relatively new to these types of projects and am sitting here trying to calculate how many 2x4's I need, etc. Has anyone already done the math? 8)
Saeed Ahmed (2 years ago)
can i ask more questions about gardening
Saeed Ahmed (2 years ago)
incredible work
Jaber Ali (2 years ago)
good job
Ward Nine (2 years ago)
You are awesome what about marrying me and refurbishing my UK garden
osman h (1 year ago)
Garden Answer 😂😆😆
Garden Answer (2 years ago)
+Ward Nine Haha! Not sure what my husband would say about that! ;)
matanuska high (2 years ago)
16 gauge brad nailer would make this go faster..staples for the lattice curve with the glue for a better hold..how long has the glue lasted by itself?. beautiful project though
Garden Answer (2 years ago)
+matanuska high You are totally right. The right tools are always nice. I just used what I had at the time! The glue is still holding strong! :)
Isabel C (2 years ago)
I love it! It looks great. I'm binge watching your videos right now. So much stuff I want to try and make myself. :D
Garden Answer (2 years ago)
+Isabel Carrillo Thank you so much! I have a long list of projects I want to tackle, too!
Astrid Herera (2 years ago)
Wow that's cool
Astrid Herera (2 years ago)
Wow that's cool
Melissa Kern (2 years ago)
Wow, I have been scouring the web to purchase one of these but I am betting building one would save me a ton of money. Thanks for creating this tutorial. Gorgeous design!
Saeed Ahmed (2 years ago)
+Melissa Kern its really true
Garden Answer (2 years ago)
+Melissa Kern Thanks for the comment! This video was actually the product of searching and searching for something like this and not really finding anything close, so I gave it a shot myself! Let me know how it goes if you decide to go for it! :) ~Laura
Vidal Antonio (2 years ago)
Where did you get the top plates and feet?
Garden Answer (2 years ago)
+Vidal Antonio I picked them up at Home Depot. I'm sure any hardware store would have them, though!
benna abde rahim (2 years ago)
no comment juste ammmaazing wow
Nellie Tolentino (2 years ago)
Great Planter!
Garden Answer (2 years ago)
+Nellie Tolentino Thank you!
SAFIR27 (2 years ago)
Good job
SAFIR27 (2 years ago)
 you can show how you can add decking and what to put under them sheets,i mean that they become regular
Garden Answer (2 years ago)
+SAFIR27 Thank you so much! :)

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