jan 16 2015 senior technical editor mark powers shows how to stack cast-concrete blocks to make a stone planter. (see below for a shopping list and tools.) click here to
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hi jeanette we used paver base which is a form of concrete and sand. it helps with shifting and becomes a solid when wet. also the planter box is a stand alone feature that is 2 inches from my craft cottage which is built on block footings separate from the ground . thanks! ana illausky york sc · answered on apr 8 2017 ·
using patio blocks to make flower planters is very inexpensive. sometimes pavers can be obtained for free as surplus construction materials. they are made for outdoor use and will last forever. they are also designed to take paint so can be easily decorated. however being cement they are really heavy and once filled
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i planned on making a raised bed out of cedar but this stone is beautiful! love the little bench can't wait to garden!
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tamp and level the base to build a stone planter. photo by kolin smith. using a tamper compact the base. check the distance from the base to the mason lines frequently to keep the bed level. add layers of paver base and tamp each one until your depth is equal to half that of one block plus 1 inch at the ground level's