Scatter these planters as lawn or landscape accents. Or arrange them in rows to form edging that also becomes part of your garden.
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Along the length of a PVC fence post sleeve, measure and place marks at 18, 34, 48, and 60 inches. Use a square to extend the marks on two opposite faces of the sleeve.
Use a hacksaw to cut the sleeve into pieces. Sand the rough edges to remove cut marks and debris.
On two opposite faces of each sleeve, measure up 6 inches from the bottom and drill centered 3/8-in drainage holes.
To anchor a planter where you want it, first dig a 4-in-deep hole. Place the planter in the hole and backfill around the outside edges. Check that the drainage holes are at least 1-1/2 inches above the ground.
Add enough rock to the bottom of the planter to extend above the drainage holes. Then add a folded sheet of newspaper to cover the rock and add garden soil to hold the paper against the rocks.
Follow label directions to transfer plants to the sleeve and add soil to 1/2 inch from the top of the sleeve. Water lightly. Repeat for the remaining sleeve planters.