garden fence from pallets fencing is expensive no matter how you cut it. there are different options for fencing which can impact your cost. however, when you are homesteading your main goals are to do it yourself, the fencing has to be functional, and you don’t want it to break your bank.
the bottle and pallet herb garden if you’d like to grow an herb garden that doesn’t take up much space, then a pallet garden could be your solution. however, if you’d like to upcycle as much as possible to have this herb garden, then consider this idea of planting your herbs in bottles then placing them within the pallet and hanging your
in garden grill back alley which is located in the south eastern area of southmond, the northern most house on the left's porch. on top of a brick building in the south/down east/right corner of the map, accessed by climbing on the wooden pallets on the left hand side to reach to ladder to the roof. behind the "don't step on my herbs
this is a brilliant idea from loriel to convert normal looking pallets into a multi-functional fence and mini container garden for herbs and shallow rooted veggies. build this pallet top garden 3.
herb garden even though this pallet herb garden is meant to be free-standing and only a herb garden, this could just as easily be turned into a functional fence design! the tutorial is easy to follow and has lots of helpful pictures.
herb garden fence; this design can be used both as a free-standing garden to plant herbs, as well as a fully functional fence. all you have to do is convert wooden pallets into planting boxes and attach them to supporting wooden frame (planks) using nails.