Rectangular planters are attractive additions to any outdoor living area. The woods of cedar or teak are good choices for pots, as they are kept well. Plans to build a long enough to skirt a terrace or patio can be adjusted to fit your available space by altering the length or height of the rectangular container gardener. These naturally decorative rectangular planters can help define and separate outdoor spaces, in addition to providing container spaces along a fence line.
Determines the desired size of your largest rectangular planters container. Plan the length of the container to fit the space available. Measure and mark the wood to length and width of each of the sides and the bottom of the pot. Place the bottom panel of the container on a flat surface, which abut the two end panels flush with the ends of the bottom panel.
Connecting the ends to the bottom panel with screws 2 cm panels. Screws placed every 4 cm along the bottom edge. Joins the front panel perpendicular to the bottom panel and the end panels. Place screws every 4 cm along the seams. One perpendicular to the rear panel across the bottom panels and end in the same way.