Looking for some pallet projects to make for your garden? Put spare pallets to good use and make something nice for your homestead this spring. You’ll love these pallet projects for gardening.
Pallet Projects | Homesteading And Gardening Ideas
I’ve been doing some cleaning in our shed and guess what I found? Pallets! It’s on my list of things to never throw away so it was really no surprise that I’d come across a couple. So what am I to do with these pallets? I looked around had a lightbulb moment—it does seem like my garden needs a bit of a makeover. If you feel that yours needs one too, or you just want to get busy this weekend, here are a few pallet projects worth trying!
But before we begin, you should: Learn how to safely and easily deconstruct a pallet!
Make your own pallet compost bin to ensure your garden is healthy by having a constant supply of compost. This easy DIY project takes less than an hour to make, and a great compost bin no just because of the way the pallets create a structure to the pile, but it also allows proper ventilation.
A great woodworking project for beginners and experts alike. A raised flower bed will make a great addition to any garden. It could the perfect solution to a spot in your garden where you find the hardest to grow plants with.
Miss working with mason jars? Don’t! Here’s a mason jar lighting project that will light up your garden beautifully.
Want to make your garden spring ready? Then, 2 or more of these creative DIY pallet planter ideas will give the best result for your spring garden.
5. Squash Growing Rack
Want to start growing some squash, then you’ll need this squash growing rack. They can be set up anywhere in your garden and can help you save gardening space because it will keep your squash plant in one area.
6. Rainbow Pallet Flower Garden Planter
I’m pretty sure this rainbow pallet flower garden planter will turn into a fun weekend pallet project for the whole family and will bring more color to your garden.
7. Pallet Potting Bench
When you prefer to have a bench for your pots instead, make this pallet potting bench and house your plant in it conveniently.
8. Tin Can Planters
Repurposing is a thing for every homesteader, these tin can planters is a great way to upcycle not just for pallets but tin cans as well!
9. Garden Supply Storage
Get rid of the clutter and save space in storing all your garden supplies by hanging them in this garden supply storage.
10. Pallet Gardening Table
Feel like you need a working space for all your gardening needs? Then, this pallet gardening table is a must have in your garden! This fold out table is seriously so cool!
11. Pallet Fence
Every garden needs a fence, see how you can build your own pallet fence here. Don’t forget to customize it by painting it with different colors or if you want it more special pick some real vivid colors.
12. DIY Hanging Garden with Pallets
Got limited space for gardening? Well, you can have unlimited possibilities in saving space and get to plant more by hanging your plants with pallets.
13. 7-Step Pallet Garden
When you want to build your garden primarily around pallets, just follow these 7 steps and you’ll have the simplest yet the prettiest pallet garden.
14. Wooden Pathway
A wooden pathway creates an inexpensive and attractive garden path, is easier and a lot less punishing to make than a concrete or stone path, and works perfectly in wet or sloping areas.
Want to see how to build your own pallet garden? Watch it here from Canyon Ranch Institute:
Pallets are one of my favorite material when it comes to DIYing. It’s inexpensive and the possibilities with pallets are endless. Explore your creativity and let these 14 pallet projects for your garden guide you to have the best DIY weekend ever!
Which pallet project will you add to your garden? Let me know below in the comments!
Throwing things is not a homesteader’s thing! Check out here 20 things you should never throw away! You’ll surprise what are these things!
This post was originally published in March 2016 and has been updated for quality and relevancy.
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