- 5 x 1.2m x 150mm x 19mm fence palings
- 7 x 1.5m x 150mm x 19mm fence palings
- 4.8m x 75mm x 50mm fence railing
- Galvanised fly mesh
- Wire mesh
- 6 x galvanised handles
- 8g x 45mm galvanised screws
- Power drill
- Staple gun and staples
- Wire cutters
2. For the boxes, reduce from remaining fence palings: 6 x 400mm and 6 x 462mm. Put aside.3. For the table frame: take 2 of the trimmed 1.5m palings from step 1
and cut 2 x 1320mm lengths. Take 2 of the trimmed 1.2mm palings from step 1 and cut to 4 x 515mm lengths.
5. From the 50mm strips from step 1, reduce 2 x 1320mm lengths and 4 x 450mm lengths. Fix lengths to bottom of table frame, using the overhang around the inside of the box. The overhang is what holds the boxes in location.
6. For the legs, cut 4 x 800mm lengths from the fence railing. Reduce rebates in to the leading of every leg, 125mm long and 20mm.
8. Make leg supports from remaining trimmed fence palings from step 1. We cut 2 x 620mm lengths and 2 x 1227mm lengths (NOTE: your measurement might be different, depending on exactly where you fixed your legs towards the table frame). Repair leg supports to frame, 180mm up from bottom of legs.
9. Make up boxes utilizing the pieces set aside in step 2.
10. Turn boxes upside down and attach wire mesh towards the bottom with staple gun. Trim edges with wire cutters.
12. Cut 3 pieces of fly mesh to match neatly inside every box on leading of the wire mesh. This may hold your potting mix in place.
13. Add potting mix to boxes and plant up!