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Do-it-yourself Vertical Garden

Do It yourself Vertical Garden 1. Get supplies You will need... A wooden pallet Sandpaper Staple gun Staples Hammer & nails Landscaping paper Planting soil Plants 1/4 inch thick MDF 2 Prepare the pallet Sand down any rough patches on the pallet and corners if they are sharp. If the pallet has no backing, use the MDF board and nail it into place (using ~12 nails). This is to prevent the soil spilling out of the back of the pallet. 3. Staple paper to pallet Double your landscaping paper up & pull your staple gun out of its holster. Staple the fabric along the sides, bottom and back of the pallet. H: Fill the pallet with soil Lay your pallet flat & get ready to get your hands dirty. Fill the pallet with planting soil, ensuring to press the soil down firmly but leave enough -To USE room for planting. 5. Start planting Begin planting - starting at the bottom of the pallet. As you work your way up make sure each of the plants are packed in tight before moving to the next layer. 6. Water & leave for 2 weeks Once all of the plants are planted, water your garden thoroughly. Leave the pallet horizontal for 2 weeks to allow your plants to take root. 7. Stand upright & enjoy.! BRIDGMAN Supplying quality for over 50 years www.bridgman.co.uk Images courtesy of Design*Sponge www.designsponge.com Project inspired by: Fem Richardson Designed by: Branded3 Do It yourself Vertical Garden 1. Get supplies You will need... A wooden pallet Sandpaper Staple gun Staples Hammer & nails Landscaping paper Planting soil Plants 1/4 inch thick MDF 2 Prepare the pallet Sand down any rough patches on the pallet and corners if they are sharp. If the pallet has no backing, use the MDF board and nail it into place (using ~12 nails). This is to prevent the soil spilling out of the back of the pallet. 3. Staple paper to pallet Double your landscaping paper up & pull your staple gun out of its holster. Staple the fabric along the sides, bottom and back of the pallet. H: Fill the pallet with soil Lay your pallet flat & get ready to get your hands dirty. Fill the pallet with planting soil, ensuring to press the soil down firmly but leave enough -To USE room for planting. 5. Start planting Begin planting - starting at the bottom of the pallet. As you work your way up make sure each of the plants are packed in tight before moving to the next layer. 6. Water & leave for 2 weeks Once all of the plants are planted, water your garden thoroughly. Leave the pallet horizontal for 2 weeks to allow your plants to take root. 7. Stand upright & enjoy.! BRIDGMAN Supplying quality for over 50 years www.bridgman.co.uk Images courtesy of Design*Sponge www.designsponge.com Project inspired by: Fem Richardson Designed by: Branded3 Do It yourself Vertical Garden 1. Get supplies You will need... A wooden pallet Sandpaper Staple gun Staples Hammer & nails Landscaping paper Planting soil Plants 1/4 inch thick MDF 2 Prepare the pallet Sand down any rough patches on the pallet and corners if they are sharp. If the pallet has no backing, use the MDF board and nail it into place (using ~12 nails). This is to prevent the soil spilling out of the back of the pallet. 3. Staple paper to pallet Double your landscaping paper up & pull your staple gun out of its holster. Staple the fabric along the sides, bottom and back of the pallet. H: Fill the pallet with soil Lay your pallet flat & get ready to get your hands dirty. Fill the pallet with planting soil, ensuring to press the soil down firmly but leave enough -To USE room for planting. 5. Start planting Begin planting - starting at the bottom of the pallet. As you work your way up make sure each of the plants are packed in tight before moving to the next layer. 6. Water & leave for 2 weeks Once all of the plants are planted, water your garden thoroughly. Leave the pallet horizontal for 2 weeks to allow your plants to take root. 7. Stand upright & enjoy.! BRIDGMAN Supplying quality for over 50 years www.bridgman.co.uk Images courtesy of Design*Sponge www.designsponge.com Project inspired by: Fem Richardson Designed by: Branded3 Do It yourself Vertical Garden 1. Get supplies You will need... A wooden pallet Sandpaper Staple gun Staples Hammer & nails Landscaping paper Planting soil Plants 1/4 inch thick MDF 2 Prepare the pallet Sand down any rough patches on the pallet and corners if they are sharp. If the pallet has no backing, use the MDF board and nail it into place (using ~12 nails). This is to prevent the soil spilling out of the back of the pallet. 3. Staple paper to pallet Double your landscaping paper up & pull your staple gun out of its holster. Staple the fabric along the sides, bottom and back of the pallet. H: Fill the pallet with soil Lay your pallet flat & get ready to get your hands dirty. Fill the pallet with planting soil, ensuring to press the soil down firmly but leave enough -To USE room for planting. 5. Start planting Begin planting - starting at the bottom of the pallet. As you work your way up make sure each of the plants are packed in tight before moving to the next layer. 6. Water & leave for 2 weeks Once all of the plants are planted, water your garden thoroughly. Leave the pallet horizontal for 2 weeks to allow your plants to take root. 7. Stand upright & enjoy.! BRIDGMAN Supplying quality for over 50 years www.bridgman.co.uk Images courtesy of Design*Sponge www.designsponge.com Project inspired by: Fem Richardson Designed by: Branded3 Do It yourself Vertical Garden 1. Get supplies You will need... A wooden pallet Sandpaper Staple gun Staples Hammer & nails Landscaping paper Planting soil Plants 1/4 inch thick MDF 2 Prepare the pallet Sand down any rough patches on the pallet and corners if they are sharp. If the pallet has no backing, use the MDF board and nail it into place (using ~12 nails). This is to prevent the soil spilling out of the back of the pallet. 3. Staple paper to pallet Double your landscaping paper up & pull your staple gun out of its holster. Staple the fabric along the sides, bottom and back of the pallet. H: Fill the pallet with soil Lay your pallet flat & get ready to get your hands dirty. Fill the pallet with planting soil, ensuring to press the soil down firmly but leave enough -To USE room for planting. 5. Start planting Begin planting - starting at the bottom of the pallet. As you work your way up make sure each of the plants are packed in tight before moving to the next layer. 6. Water & leave for 2 weeks Once all of the plants are planted, water your garden thoroughly. Leave the pallet horizontal for 2 weeks to allow your plants to take root. 7. Stand upright & enjoy.! BRIDGMAN Supplying quality for over 50 years www.bridgman.co.uk Images courtesy of Design*Sponge www.designsponge.com Project inspired by: Fem Richardson Designed by: Branded3

Do-it-yourself Vertical Garden

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