Deck rail planter box – A scaled-down deck fences looks ordinary. A deck fence with a curtain of vegetation along the top rail is a living border. Plants boxes on top of a fence help to soften the edge of a deck, creating a subtle transition between house and garden. Choose plants that are stable and secure on a deck fence so they will not be rolled by pets, children or winds.
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Hang long, rectangular, trough-shaped boxes from the top deck rail planter box, with chopping window brackets. The top hooks attach to the fence rail while the lower hooks shelf the planters. The peaks of the plants boxes sit at a lower level than the top of the fence creates a step-by-step effect. Plants brackets and hooks are available in different sizes and styles from the garden and home delivery stores. Customize wood trough deck rail planter box to set atop the top rail in a note and spent mode. Build planting machines that match the width of the upper rail. Cut long sides plants a few inches wider than the height of plants then mount plants so the long side walls extend beyond the short sides. The extra width creates saddle sides, making plants to the cup on the rail. Thinking of the shine like a groove, fit plants on top and slide it into place. Prefabricated plantation owners are also available from the garden and home delivery stores.
Follow mini terracotta pots to the top deck rail planter box a plant in each to create a staccato-like sequence of plants along the rails. Buy terracotta pots with trench widths to match the width of the upper deck Kennan. Arrange terracotta pots on the fence, as desired. Glue the trays to the rail deck and the pots to the tiles with waterproof construction glue to hold them in place. Allow the glue to dry completely before planting.