Here is a DIY that will teach you all you need to know about how to make a strawberry planter. The tutorials are simple to follow and easy to build. After days of research, we were able to come up with a compiled list of different methods on how to make a strawberry planter.
So, without further ado, here are 30 DIY strawberry planter projects that might be of interest to you. Just sit back, relax and allow me to take you on this rollercoaster ride to strawberry planter land.
Table of Contents
1. How To Make A Better Strawberry Planter
This is a great strawberry planter, it's a pallet planter because the creator used one pallet for the project and a few basic woodworking tools, and a few hours to work with. The way the planter was made, no one will guess it was just a mere pallet of wood.
2. DIY Laundry Basket Turned Strawberry Planter
This is a super cheap, super easy strawberry planter to make. This is the kind of planter I was talking about that requires a few homemade supplies, because you'll be using a laundry basket. If you're not keen on spending so much on a wooden planter, this laundry basket costs $6 at Walmart, and you can get as many as you want, and start growing your strawberries.
3. DIY Galvanized Vertical Strawberry Planter
In this video guide, you'll be making pretty cool, vertical hanging strawberry planters, it's super easy to build as long as you pay attention to the details in the video. The creator used galvanized sheet metal pipes, some end caps, chains, S-hooks, rings, and a few other items. You see, as I listed some of the materials in the plural, that means the creator made more than one of these, you can do the same if you wish.
4. DIY Easy Strawberry Planter
Here is a simple and super easy strawberry planter made out of plastic sapling pots. They are quite cheap if you buy them online, and also easy to use. However, the downside is that they can easily break, as they ruin the results of the strawberry growth and make you want to start over again.
5. DIY Pallet Strawberry Planter
Here in this guide, you'll be using pallets for your pool planters, and there's an instruction in the guide on where to get pallets, and the means you need to pass through to choose the right pallet for yourself. You'll also need an electric drill, hammer, jigsaw, nails, screws, and a few more items. The woodworking process is quick and easy.
6. How To Make A Strawberry Planter
You're going to make a simple strawberry planter with a simple large bucket, chains, hooks, rings, PVC pipes, and a few other supplies. The making process is as simple as ever, perfect for a beginner looking to make an easy-going hanging strawberry planter.
7. DIY Strawberry Tower
This strawberry tower is super easy to make, space-saving, and cheap. First, you need 5-gallon sturdy plastic nursery pots with drainage holes at the bottom, a 1-liter plastic water bottle, good potting soil, and a few more materials. You will also need to drop holes on the body of the plastic pots with a drill and a wide drill bit.
8. DIY Tiered Strawberry Planter
Before we begin with this guide, you can get the PDF format that contains everything you need from materials to building steps, to precautionary measures, all for $4.99. This is a wooden planter so you'll need wood boards, saws, nails, screws, and other woodworking tools.
9. How To Make A Vertical Hanging Strawberry Tower
This is a vertical hanging strawberry tower, it's cheap and easy to build. The materials and tools cost about $7, and the making process is simple to follow. Here are a few items to look out for, along 4 inch PVC pipe, brackets, screws, PVC end caps, and a lot more other supplies.
10. DIY Rain Gutter Strawberry Planter
In this video guide, the creator is using a re-purpose rain gutter. It's pretty easy to use, seeing it's a gutter, it has already been carved out, all you need to do is to modify it with some ends caps and attach it to a wall or a vertical platform.
11. How To Build Strawberry Towers
The creator of this guide modified an agrotech version of a strawberry tower. He made it cheaper and simpler. This way you can plant and grow as many strawberries as you want.
12. DIY Vertical Strawberry Pallet Planter
So, the creator of this video guide got his hands on some wooden pallets and made a vertical strawberry planter. It's cheap, easy to build, and efficient. Although it's quite big, it can't carry so many strawberry plants at once.
13. DIY Strawberry Pyramid Planter
This strawberry pyramid planter is so amazing that it can take a lot of strawberry plants at once, like a pyramid, it has 3 sides, and it's pretty tall. It's also mobile, so you can easily move it from one location to another in your garden.
14. DIY Vertical Strawberry Planter
This method is space-saving and fast, but a bit expensive. You will have to purchase most of the materials used for the planter. Once you have the items ready, the steps in making the planter are super easy and simple to follow.
15. How To Build A Strawberry Planter
Here is another pyramid-shaped strawberry planter. Like the first one, it requires a few basic woodworking tools and skills to make this, good for beginners who are willing to learn and build a planter by themselves. There are no step-by-step instructions in this guide so you'll have to follow the write-up in the guide carefully.
16. DIY Strawberry Planter From Recycled Materials
There is not much information in this tutorial, but from the little available, this project is pretty easy to follow. The creator used plastic nursery pots, simple recycled materials that can be found anywhere at home. This makes the project cheap and simple. It's also a space-saving planter because you can keep them at a corner in your garden and still have space for more.
17. DIY Strawberry Planter
This strawberry planter is amazing. The creator used a pallet board, took out some of the wood planks from the pallet, then used the remaining as the planters. He also covered the empty ends with wood that could fit it, and once that was ready, he began planting his Strawberries.
18. How To Make A Strawberry Pot From A Kitty Litter Bucket
With a kitty litter bucket, you can make as many strawberry planters as you want. The making process is simple to follow. This is a cheap project that won't take up to 3 hours to finish.
19. Building A Strawberry Rack
The creator of this video guide gives a strict warning against planting with raised beds, always use a vertical planter like the one in this video tutorial guide. He made a strawberry rack for the planting and he started with a sketch of how the rack will look like. Check the video description to learn more about the building plan.
20. How To Grow Strawberries In A Planter
So the creator of this video tutorial guide didn't have the time to make a planter from scratch, he just bought some online and made some modifications to it, creating holes on the bottom for good drainage, and other effects for a better strawberry growing experience.
21. DIY Tasty Strawberry Planter
This strawberry planter is an amazing way to use a 3D printer to create stunning 3D printed objects with the use of the Tinker cad software. First, you'll need a plan, a sketch, and a few tools to work with. If you don't have a 3D printer and you can't afford one right away, then this guide won't work for you. You can always come back if you eventually have a 3D printer.
22. Simple Vertical Strawberry Planter DIY
Here is a simple vertical Strawberry planter made out of the redwood post, and some bamboo planks. The making process is pretty easy and simple to follow. You'll need a weed fabric to cover the entire structure and staple it to the base. Then you now use the planks and redwood to cover the fabric and create holes for drainage, and air.
23. DIY Easy Watering Strawberry Planter
This project is pretty easy, just as easy as planting strawberries. First, you'll need a pipe, some kind of water pot, stones, and a free tool. You need to. create a hole in the body of the pots, pour in some stones, and attach the pipe in the center of the pot.
24. DIY Vertical Strawberry Planter From Reclaimed Ladder
Here is a simple woodworking project that won't take time to finish, if you're an experienced woodworker, but for beginners, you can easily follow the step-by-step instructions carefully and you'll be on your merry way to a wonderful wooden strawberry planter. Here are the few things you need, a wooden ladder, rubber pond lining, linseed oil wood stain (the harmless one), a 4x8 plywood, staples, nails, tape measure, T-square, circular saw, paintbrush, and a few more tools.
25. Vertical Strawberry Planter DIY
So, this is the perfect video. guide for you if you wish to save money and still make a functional vertical strawberry planter. You'll need 2 major materials, some milk jugs, and a few scrap wood. It's super easy to make and you might not have to spend a dime. You can also use a hammer and nails if you don't have a drill or a nail gun.
26. How To Build A Strawberry Pyramid
This strawberry pyramid is quite short but wide. It's super easy to build because the creator made the video with a step-by-step guide on how to build it. It's a woodwork project. She started by making the base with some wood planks, then proceeded to the next wood planks on top of the previous ones, and so on till the entire build was completed. There is a building plan to help make things clearer for you.
27. How To Make A Strawberry Tower
To start this project, you need to get your hands on a large PVC pipe, this can cost about $20 and you'll find it at any hardware store near you. You also need to drill. a few holes on the body of the PVC pipe before starting your set-up.
Then you can decide to spray paint it if you want. You also need to put it in a plastic pot, so that it can not only stand erect but function properly. It's a pretty easy and simple build with all the step-by-step instructions.
28. Strawberry Planter DIY
For this video tutorial guide, you'll need a 9-inch pipe that stands about 4 feet in length, any kind of pipe will do, PVC. The creator used a PVC pipe and it worked perfectly, it carried about 23 plants and it's sturdy, durable, and easy to make. You will need to create an opening on the pipes at different places, this will. aid drainage and help the plants grow faster and healthier.
29. DIY Mini Strawberry Planter
This is a special strawberry planter, you'll need newspaper, a plastic knife, a cup of water in a disposable cup, wax paper, paint (optional), plastic straw, modge podge, and lots more. It's a simple planter that can carry just a few plants. This won't work for you if you want to plant larger numbers of strawberries. Although you can make as many as you want, it's small, and it won't take up much space. It's also super easy to make if you follow the steps correctly.
30. DIY Strawberry Planter
Here is the last DIY strawberry planter on my list, and it's a woodwork project. You'll need some cedar fence wood boards, PVC pipe or a soaker hose, exterior wood glue, potting soil, clamps, drill, exterior wood screws, hole saw, and a few more optional supplies.
This isn't a vertical planter, the best of its kind, it doesn't take up much space, and it's pretty sturdy. Once you're done with the wood construction, don't forget to create holes for drainage. This planter can carry up to 18 strawberry plants at once and it can easily be moved from one place to the other even without wheels.
There you have it, making a strawberry planter is as easy as a piece of pie, and you can make them in large quantities if you wish to do large-scale farming. With the cheaper planters, you can save a lot more and still get a lot more done.
Thanks for your time here, hope you've found the right planter for your strawberries, have a good planting time, bye.
Ask Me Anything