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Vegetable Planter: Part 1

Emily Oster

One of my favorite things about Spring is the return of farmer's markets. Every Wednesday from May till September, I go to our local market and stock up on fresh produce and eggs. 

This year I wanted to try my hand at growing my own veggies and thus I recruited Jeff and my Dad to build me a planter. I asked that it be on wheels and high off the ground. Other than that I had no specifications and let them have at it with the design and construction. This is how it turned out.

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A little clunky but I think it turned out pretty well. I plan on filling it in the coming weeks with herbs, lettuces, cucumbers and tomatoes so stay tuned for more planting related posts.

In the meantime, here are a few planters I enjoy.

1. Repurposed filing cabinet/houzz 2. Wood and metal planter/Gardener's Supply Company 3. Canvas bag planter/West Elm 4. Gray metal planter/via Gardenista 5. Natural willow planter/Williams-Sonoma

1. Repurposed filing cabinet/houzz 2. Wood and metal planter/Gardener's Supply Company 3. Canvas bag planter/West Elm 4. Gray metal planter/via Gardenista 5. Natural willow planter/Williams-Sonoma