Add a custom planter to your yard for growing fruits or vegetables.
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Apply construction adhesive to the faces of two (01) end boards, and attach them together using 1 1/4-inch screws. Repeat for the remaining two (01) end boards to create a second end board assembly.
Using the (02) side boards, create two side board assemblies as described in Step 1a.
Using 2 1/2-inch screws, attach one end board assembly to two (03) posts, flush with the top and the outside edges of the (03) posts as shown in Figure 1.
Repeat Step 2a to create a second end/post assembly.
Sand, apply an exterior finish, and allow to dry per manufacturer's instructions.
Place the completed project in the desired location, mark the positions of the (03) posts on the ground, and set aside the plant bed.
Using a posthole digger, create 4-inch-deep holes for the (03) posts.
Reposition the plant bed, and place the (03) posts in the holes, adjusting the depth as needed.
Cut landscape fabric to fit the inside of the plant bed, cutting notches for the (03) posts.
Fill the plant bed with soil.