28 Super Unique And Easy To Make Fence Planters
Some people, those handy dandy ones, can whip up homemade planters from just about nothing while others prefer to purchase pre made ones. Regardless of what you choose, these 28 awesome and unique fence planters are sure to inspire!
Table of Contents
- A Spoonful
- Plants in My Pocket
- The Right Angle
- Ripple Effect
- Rollin’ in Style
- Hang it Up
- Inside Look
- For the Birds
- A Unique Angle
- A Colorful Pallet
- A Concrete Idea
- Modular Fun
- DIY Privacy
- Tall and Slim
- Light It Up
- Staggered Simplicity
- Ladder Up
- Framed Perfection
- Hooked on Planters
- DIY Heaven
- Classic Style
- Indexing with Color
- A Window of Ideas
- Camouflaged Couture
- Back to Basics
- Delicate Delights
- Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!
It doesn’t take much to pretty up your backyard and line your fence with planters. No need to run out to the hardware store and load up with materials to build elaborate boxes. Most of what you need can be found around the house. Here we have basic mason jars with a wire handle and hooks made from bent spoons. Genius, I say!
This is a great idea for small gardens and short fences. You can pack a lot of flowers or herbs into these hanging pockets without taking up hardly any space at all. It would even be a great idea for a small apartment balcony
This is a prime example of how you can create beautiful fence planters out of basically nothing. Regular rain gutters, screwed onto the fence on certain angles give a cool esthetic and are the perfect size for flowers.
This is a more permanent approach to a fence planter. If you’re dedicated to it and prefer to have something that will last longer and actually contributes to the architecture of your backyard, then this is a great idea!
If you’re not totally sold on the idea of installing a bunch of planters to your fence boards or siding, then consider hanging one on a hook like this. One small hole is easier to patch up than a dozen or more. It’s definitely great idea for people who are maybe renting the property but want to spruce it up a bit.
What a super cool and fun idea to take care of two backyard necessities. Sweet little fence planters to show off some color and style, but also a way to attract some beautiful birds to your home. That is, unless you’re one of those people who are terrified of birds, then…maybe not.
Here’s a step-by-step guide to build this cool angled, three tiered fence planter. Leave it a natural wood color to age in the sun, or stain (or even paint) it to match your house. It’s the perfect way to introduce a bit of your own style to the backyard.
There’s next to no effort required to pull off this design. An old used pallet, a few coats of paint, and place where you please. When turned on their side like this, a shelf of sorts is created where you can plant flowers and other things.
This is innovation at it’s finest. This picture shows the planters actually built in to the fence, but you could easily have it separate. And how easy is it? Well, if you can flip over a cinder block then you’re covered.
How cool is this idea? It would make a great fence planter for a modern home but still fit with a tradition setting. All you need are some PVC tubes, a bit of wire, and some free time. Voila! Modern tubular planters to show off some unique flowers.
Some of you may not have a fence to hang pretty planters from. But that’s okay! Where there’s a will, there’s a way and you can just build your own! This nifty little infographic shows how you can make your very own privacy fence/divider with a built-in planter to boot!
This is a really cool idea for two reasons. One, they’re nice and narrow so they can fit along any space, even a small apartment balcony. And two, my favorite, is that you can literally create a fence with these. Join them together and line your backyard with them. Talk about multi-use!
I love this idea! Yes, this image shows the planters on the side of a wall, but my thinking is that you can easily incorporate it to work with a fence. Why not? But the reason why I think this is so great is the added lighting. Battery or solar powered lights would add some beautiful ambiance to your patio or backyard.
If you look closely, this idea is so basic and super easy to recreate. It’s merely four long boards used as sides and connect with narrow slats to create “baskets” to use as planters. It’s genius and looks fabulous.
How awesome is this idea? So unique and a really great way to add some character to your backyard. You’d simply construct a few letters from wood, creating them with a hollow, then fill with soil and moss to keep everything vertical, and flowers.
This is a really good idea for just about any outdoor area, mostly because it’s so versatile. It doesn’t have to install to the fence boards so it makes the perfect planter for a rental property. And it can be placed anywhere along your fence so mix it up, play around with placements, even switch it up every now and then just to refresh your backyard.
This is a cool project for those of you who are avid DIYers. Rally up some old pallets, clean them up and separate the boards. All you need are six pieces per frame; two sides, top, bottom, and two slats for the back to install onto the fence. Easy as that. Stain or paint them to give a more polished look and match to other things in your yard.
So, this one is shown on an interior wall but I liked this idea because I see how easily it could be adapted to fence planters. Shop around for some cute buckets or pots with a handle, attach some hooks to your fence boards and hang them on. So easy, it’s ridiculous. And you could make patterns, stagger them, etc.
Now here’s a project for you to do this weekend! The great thing about it is that you can make it as big and long as you want. Line the whole fence if you choose. Whatever floats your boat…or plants your flowers.
These simple and classic fence planters hang along the railing of your deck or along the top of your fence, whichever works. But they’re gorgeous and simple, fitting in just about any setting. This helpful source even gives advice as to what plants work best.
Recognize these colorful gems? They’re card index boxes turned on their sides and given a new purpose with a coat of paint and some cool flowers. The beauty of this idea is that you can use other things, too. Old drawers, tins, rain gutters, etc. Whatever you can think of!
The next time you’re at a yard sale, don’t pass on the old windows. Scoop them up and bring them home to make these unique fence planters. It may require a fresh coat of paint and some Windex, but who cares? They probably only cost a dollar.
We already visited the idea of using rain gutters for fence planters, but we never spoke about doing them this way. Try and match the color of your gutters to the color of your fence (you may need to paint them) so that all you see is the pop of colors from the flowers you plant. Gawgeous, dawling!
This may appear like a complex structure but it’s really not. All you need are four long boards, a few triangle pieces cut with a 90-degree angle, and then some basic wooden boxes. Leave it natural or stain/paint to your liking.
So you went a little overboard at the nursery this week and now you’re stuck with a ton of hanging plants with nowhere to hang them? No worries, all you need are some pretty hooks like these. Attach them to your fence posts to brighten up your yard and create a place to hang those extra planters.