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Large PVC Planter Box mm Long x mm, Deep x mm High, [+30]

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Large PVC Planter Box mm Long x mm, Deep x mm High,


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18 Planter Boxes You’ll Want to DIY Right Now

Check out these creative ways to make planter boxes and add style to your yard or patio. We're sure you'll find a perfect one that will work in your home.


There’s no denying that traditional gardens are gorgeous, but they require a lot of work. For those of us who have small backyards, busy schedules, or may want to switch plants out or around the yard, a traditional garden can be hard to maintain. Planter boxes are a great solution for both gardeners without space, and for gardeners without a lot of time. They’re perfect for keeping quick-spreading plants (like bamboo) contained and under control. Yes, planter boxes are a great solution to a lot of gardening problems, but plastic or terra cotta planters can look cheap and clash with your personal style.

So instead of buying the first planter box you find, check out this collection of magnificent planter box ideas–you’re sure to find the perfect style for your yard or patio! This collection contains everything from simple DIY wooden planter boxes to projects that reuse galvanized tubs, or even large concrete planter boxes. Keep an eye out for some of the more creative ways to make your planter boxes multi-purpose, including planter box benches and planter boxes that provide a little nighttime mood lighting. We think you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for with these planter boxes!

1. Simple Wooden Planter Box with Plastic Inserts


We start this collection with the simplest offering: a long, but narrow planter box constructed out of 2x4s. Three plastic tubs with holes drilled for drainage help keep the plants separate and prevents the wood from rotting away.

2. Sloping Slide Planters


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To add some unique architectural interest to any backyard, we recommend changing up square, horizontal planters for these sloped planters extending like sun rays from this corner garden bed.

3. L-shaped Planter Box


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An L-shaped planter box can fit nicely against a corner or nestled beside a taller planter box, as this one is. These boxes fit wonderfully in any size garden or on any patio.

4. Planter Box Bench


Source: Shanty 2 Chic

This two-towered planter box bench serves to spruce up the outside of this garden shed and provide a bit of seating to enjoy your hard work by.

5. Layered Stone Facade Planter Box


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If you want a more polished look, building a stone or stone facade planter box can add instant curb appeal to any home. An inexpensive and easy way to spruce up the front or back of your home!

6. Lighted Bamboo Planter Box


Source: Deborah Silver / Dirt Simple

For a look that’s casual during the day but ultra-dramatic at night, install lights along the interior rim of your planter. This effect looks best with tall stalks of bamboo and thin dried branches.

7. Sofa Planter Box


Source: Bless My Weeds

This planter is perfect on this two-tiered deck. The sunken sofa is rimmed with soft pink flower boxes that provide class and a light fragrance to enjoy while visiting or relaxing outside.

8. Hinged Covered Greenhouse Planter Box


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This cleverly designed DIY greenhouse planter box is covered with a garden quilt material that helps keep the temperature perfect for your veggies and herbs!

9. Rustic Split Rail Planter Box


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If your style is more country, try adding a rustic touch by surrounding one of your current planter boxes with a split-rail enclosure.

Reclaimed Wood Chevron Planter Boxes


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Pattern is a great way to add color and visual interest to an outdoor space while still keeping it understated and classy. These chevron patterned planter boxes are a perfect example.

Galvanized Tub Planter Box


Source: City Farmer News

Galvanized tubs are fantastic for so many things, and they are just as fantastic as planter boxes for those who are serious about container gardening!

Planter Box with Trellis


Source: This Old House

Any simple planter box can be dressed up by attaching a trellis. These are perfect for training vines, or even small ornamental trees, as shown below. This is a super elegant way to add greenery to a small, enclosed yard or patio.

 Blue Planter Box for a Corner Space

This planter box is made out of old lattice that is positioned together to create a unique crossed pattern that gives it more of a three-dimensional look. The borders are made from 2×2 boards, and the planter itself is positioned off of the ground so that it has better drainage. Once all of the pieces are glued together with wood glue, you can paint it any color you want. For more information, check out these DIY instructions via Anikas Diy Life

Raised Planter Box with Drainage and Shelf Storage

This raised planter is designed to give you the height and the drainage that you need in your garden. It is made from treated 2x4s that are designed to resist water so that they can better withstand the elements. On the bottom, there is a shelf where potted plants can be placed. Inside the box planter, there is a hidden drainage spout made from PVC piping. For instructions on how to make this planter, check out this DIY instructional video by Fix This Build That

Modern Planter Box with a Chic Design

This is a small planter box that is ideal for a window pane of a smaller patio. It is made from cedar, and it is slightly raised from the ground to encourage drainage. This box is painted white to match the surroundings, but you can paint your planter box any color that you want. Since the planter is designed to drain well, topping the soil with stones will add to the drainage. For step-by-step instructions, check out this DIY video by DIY Creators

A Wooden Planter Box with Two Levels

This planter is great for a porch or a patio because it has a two-tiered. Start with treated lumber that is protected from the elements, and then begin building a frame for your planter. Fill in the sides with 2x4s; in this example, the wood is placed at an angle, but you can use any pattern that fits in the frame. If you want a step-by-step guide on building this planter, follow this DIY guide via The House of Wood.

Three-Tiered Planter Box for Smaller Flowers

DIY 3 Tiered Planter Box

This planter has three tiers that resemble steps, so if you are looking for something to feel welcoming as you make your way to the door of your home, this is a great option to consider, and it is easy to build. In addition, it is raised off of the ground so that water does not lie in the bottom of the planters. For instructions on crafting this planter box, take a look at this DIY guide via Anikas Diy Life

 Cedar Planter Box with Iron Edges

modern raised planter box

This planter box has a bit of an elegant design that will look great on any porch or patio. The knots in the wood grain look great, especially with the iron edges that hold this planter together. The base of the planter is raised, and the wood is spaced so that the soil can easily drain. For instructions on creating this moderns looking box planter, follow this DIY guide via Crafted Workshop

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Outdoor PVC Patio Planters

Our diverse Estate Collection designs all have the qualities of beauty and convenience in common. Our deck planters, designed for outdoor use, are made of a material that is unparalleled in terms of ease of use. These outdoor pots and planters require virtually no maintenance beyond a simple wipe down here and there to remove dirt or dust on the surface. The material resembles painted wood so your container gardens can still exude the classic appeal of wooden planters without sanding, painting and sealing.

Rot-proof Gardening Joy

Rectangular and square patio planters constructed from this plastic material are the ideal rot-proof outdoor product. These pots for outdoor plants will never crack, warp, mildew or split, even when exposed to extreme and fluctuating temperatures and moisture. As far as garden planters go, the Estate Collection offers what we at believe are some of the most attractive designs around. On top of that, these patio planter boxes are relatively lightweight for easy movement throughout a landscape. Winter storage is also a breeze.

Many homeowners and avid gardeners are turning to no-rot wood alternatives, and our solidcore 5/8" thick plastic planters are a front-runner in this market. The rectangular and square deck planters in the Estate Collection take advantage of the material's wood-like appearance and use it to their design advantage. In fact, when looking at them online it's hard to tell that they are actually made from mildew-proof plastic rather than painted wood. Truly the best of both worlds, you get planters that look just like natural timber, but without the drawbacks.

Rot-proof planters are available in different shapes and designs that work for roof deck applications, poolside, on the ground, along railings or on steps. Many of our customers choose to keep Estate Collection PVC planters in their crisp white color but they can also be painted to suit an existing color scheme. Since they're inherently white there is never a need to paint, but any high quality latex can be used to color planters just the way you like them. However you choose to display them, Estate Collection no-rot deck planters make a lovely, carefree home for all our favorite plants and flowers.

In addition to the containers featured in the category above, we can also help to create custom square and rectangular planters suited to specific size requirements. For more information on matching Estate Collection window boxes please call our toll-free number at

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Residential Composite Planters

Residential Composite Planters

Although PVC planters resemble painted wood from the outside, the beauty of composite planter boxes is that they are virtually maintenance-free. Unlike wooden materials, composite planters are not susceptible to rotting and decay that comes along with exterior use. In fact, the material is rot-proof and will never need sanding, repainting or expensive treatments for sealing. Just a simple wipe down here and there will do.

These outdoor residential composite planters are made from solid sheets of board material, thereby giving PVC planters a real wood look with a carefree temperament. Composite planter boxes are available in various styles and sizes. In addition to outdoor PVC planters featured below, Hooks and Lattice can also make custom composite planters to suit most any project. This service is often utilized by commercial clients, but also extends to residential designers and homeowners who want outdoor container gardens suited specifically to their home and garden.

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Composite planter boxes are unparalleled by other outdoor planters in terms of visual aesthetic and practical ease of use. With an appearance similar to painted wood, PVC planters take all the best surface qualities from wooden materials but without the need for sanding, resurfacing and sealing. Indeed, outdoor composite planters are as easy to care for as most special occasion serving dishes: Just a wipe down with a warm rag here and there to keep them free from accumulating dust or dirt. Cellular PVC planters have stormed onto the garden and landscaping market for all the aforementioned reasons: ease of use, lovely aesthetic, and ? we forgot to mention ? they're remarkably lightweight. Outdoor composite planters are also durable and able to handle all your favorite arrangements of flowers, grasses and green vines. Styles below range in design, from super-contemporary tapered silhouettes to a long rectangular box shape with a classic lattice embellishment. Sizes are also diverse, so planting projects on a modest or grand scale ? and everything in between - find an answer here. Outdoor composite planters have often been presented as an alternative to wood, whereas their sophisticated demeanor certainly warrants more than a title of 'second best.' In fact, PVC planters may resemble wood in many ways but they also have an ability to look a great deal more sophisticated than wood ever could. Depending on how the material is used in design and then finished, composite PVC materials can be made to look highly modern and chic for contemporary landscapes and homes. Although most containers are sold in the standard white finish found pictured in product photographs above, composite planter boxes can also be painted. With most any quality latex or acrylic base paint, PVC planters are easy to transform in order to gel with an existing color scheme. Each of the composite planters featured above is an outdoor-rated product intended for rot-proof exterior use. Although planting materials and plants can be inserted directly into containers, we also sell liners to suit most containers. Order online from standard sizes and styles, or call toll free to discuss a custom order.

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