Welcome Fellow Gardener!
If you love veggies, tomatoes, and the farm-to-table movement, you’ve come to the right place. I’ve taken everything I know about vegetable gardening, especially in tight, urban spaces, and put it into these plans so you can build your own planter. Read on to learn more, download my DIY planter box plans and watch videos with gardening tips and tricks to get the most out of your new planter box.
Loni’s Vegetable Planter Box Plans
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These are my popular plans from the planter box project as profiled in Venturing into Vegetable Gardening.
After searching all over the place for plans that met my criteria for size, robustness and design, I finally decided I would have to design my own vegetable planter. It was worth the effort. I love it!
What you get:
- Full plans including diagrams, and tips
- Step-by-step DIY instructions
- Complete materials list
- All in one convenient and easy to understand PDF
- Regularly $3.99, now on sale for only $1.99 USD
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I hope you find these plans as useful as I have and that you and your family enjoy many years of great vegetables, herbs, flowers and everything else that will thrive in this planter box.
Protect your veggies from critters
Some fertilizer tips
On soil and planting
I love this photo…
Cuteness alert! Jeff emailed me this cute shot with his son, assembling a planter box with my plans.
After you’ve built the planter, the real fun begins… check out some of my healthy garden-inspired recipes using links below. Okay, so maybe they’re not exactly “farm-to-table”, but the next best thing: “yard-to-table.” I make fresh salads, tomato dishes, use the herbs while I cook. I also admit that on more than one occasion I’ve simply pulled off a veggie and enjoyed a quick, unadulterated snack.
Recipe: Caprese Salad with Mia Sebastiani