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16 Apr 2012 Here is a very simple project for spring, a flower/planter box. This one is designed to fit over the railing of a deck but can be easily customized.
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24 Jun 2016 This planter box is made from treated lumber. The final weight came out to be 141 lbs. I used 6 deck boards, 1 - 2x4, 2 - 2x6, and 0ne 12' - 4x8. I had a lot
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Lay out three more cut 4 x 4's to serve as support posts for the box (Image 1). Using two of these posts, fashion one wall of the flower box by attaching several 2" x 6" boards (Image 2). After positioning the wall, continue by screwing an adjacent wallboard spanning to the original support post (Image 3). With the two walls connected, toenail a screw to set the wall post to the deck (Image 4). Fashion a similar wall for the opposite end of the box, attaching the posts with toenail screws.