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We already planted some trees and berries individually in big pots but I also wanted to have some vegetables and for this I made some planter boxes from wooden pallets.
I used potting soil (the cheapest I got) for my container garden since that is all that is available to me. Hi Treana, I am glad you like it and goodluck with your garden, I know you will have lots of fun.
I kept the plastic bags from the bags of soil we bought earlier for planting the trees and berries and now I can use it for lining my planter box.
This is such a great project– especially as I am trying my first round of gardening ever this summer!!!
Although it would be nice to plant directly on the ground, growing plants in pots or containers do have its own advantages, like it requires less or no weeding at all and the ease to move or rearrange pots anyway you like it or as the plants require (shade or sunlight at different seasons). But first I measured from the base of the foot up to the intended height of the planter box. In this box I planted several different vegetables and herbs like tomatoes, garlic, chili, bell peppers, basils, parsley, rosemary and beans.
There is also lesser hassle from garden invaders like slugs and other pests and diseases are easier to isolate and control.