Garden Box from Old and New Wood

Some time ago, I scavenged some old fence posts from my neighbors’ trash.  Well, I’m pleased to announce that I finally used the last of those fence posts!  I shared my final fence post project–a garden planter box–at Infarrantly Creative.

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I had a low-maintenance garden strip next to our front walkway that I decided needed a bit more flair.  I constructed a rectangular box to fit this area, using the leftover fence posts and some new lumber.  I purposely stained the new lumber so that it would be a different color than the weathered wood from the fencing.  I like the two-tone look this gives my new planter box. salvaged-wood-planter-box

To get all the details on the construction of this box, click over to Infarrantly Creative.

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