Planters from pallets

Posted 16 Feb 2012 by greeningtherubble Popular
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One of our pallet planter walls at the 2012 Festival of Flowers, in the Botanic Gardens, Rolleston Ave

Only have  a small space in the sun for growing, and want some herbs or flowers to mask an unslightly fence or a patch of concrete?  Try a planter made from re-constructed pallets as a temporary garden  space.  We are experimenting at Greening the Rubble with several designs, ranging from the heavy boxes made from several-pallet at our Piko site (photo at foot of this page &see post) to single-pallet structures which two people can easily lift.  A smaller sample is on display  in February 2012 through to Sunday 4th March close to the Canterbury Museum and i-site, just inside the Christchurch Botanic Gardens, Rolleston Avenue.  It’s our contribution to the Garden City Trust Festival of Flowers.

Pallet Planter for Festival of Flowers 2012

This free-standing planter is braced by a wooden stand made from a second pallet. It is bolted on, and pegged to the ground.

Multiple pallets built into larger planterswith 'green walls' at GtR Piko site, Barbadoes Street (in progress Feb 2012)


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