Rectangular planter box – The planters can take all kinds of shapes and sizes, but the most common is rectangular. What I would like to plant or what will fit in the space allotted for the box you determine its size. Once you Determines, buy wood, screws and wood glue needed to build your own planter. The bottom of the planter and the two longer sides, the sides A and C, have the same length. The shorter sides, sides B and D, must compensate for the inch (2.54 cm) width additional sides A and C need to be cut and 2 inches (5.08 cm) longer.
Once you cut parts, covers the edges of 1 inch (2.54 cm) of the lower layer with wood glue. Fixed sides A and C at the edge of the bottom, using wood screws. Place a wood screw every 4 inches (10.16 cm). Using wood screws screw the side of the box. Turn up the rectangular planter box. Covering the open end with wood glue. Align the D side in the end.
Let the rectangular planter box to dry overnight. For a more “country” look, paint the planter without sanding. For a smoother, more contemporary look, abrasive complete gardener, including the edges.