12 genius ways to repurpose pallet wood for your garden

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7. Use the pallets as veggie planters
The pallets elevate the plants and help you keep them in nice tidy rows. Not only is this super easy to do, but it’s going to keep your backyard looking sharp and not overgrown. Find the DIY here.
8. Cover that ugly fence with a plant-wall
Many of us have that one unsightly part of our yard we just hate looking at. So, cover up that fence, wall, or shed with this super easy and incredible plant wall made out of an old pallet. You’ll wish you had done this DIYsooner.
9. Hang this murphy-bed-style gardening bench
If you’re tight on space, this is the perfect DIY project for you. You can attach this gardening bench to the side of our house or shed, or even in your garage. It’s totally functional and even easier to put together. Check out the project here.
10. Build a vertical herb garden
Herbs require a lot of specific care. Some like a lot of water, some don’t. So, don’t subject them all to the same treatment as the other plants in your garden. But planting them in these vertical planters you can care for each of your herbs just how you’re supposed too. Plus, this is vertical garden just looks great!
Expert tip: paint the front panels with chalkboard paint so you can label which plants are which.
11. Create a stacked planter box
Isn’t this the cutest thing you’ve ever seen? We love how the planters, made out of old pallet wood, are stacked and askew – playing into the whimsy and beauty of a garden. This is easy DIY project will only take an afternoon but will leave you smiling for years to come.
12. Make an outdoor bar
This DIY is super easy and the end result looks like something out of a glossy magazine. All you’re going to need are two pallets and some cinderblocks to top it off. Well, you should really top it off with some cocktails. After all that hard work in the garden, you deserve it!
Expert tip: a simple upgrade to this look could include painting or staining the wood, as well as adding some nice stone tops instead of concrete.
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