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Bucket garden project #3376305
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Don’t have as much room at the new house, so I’m going with a bucket garden this year. I built this nifty stand I saw online to hold the buckets and free up even more yard space.

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Looks like easy pickins! Got holes drilled in the bottom for drainage? Might try white buckets if the blues get to hot.

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I hope you give updates, I would like to follow this. Good luck.

Last edited by Rutabaga; 03/20/21 05:32 PM.

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Originally Posted by BamaPlowboy
Looks like easy pickins! Got holes drilled in the bottom for drainage? Might try white buckets if the blues get to hot.

Yes holes will be drilled before the dirt and plants go in. Didn’t think about the blue buckets getting too hot, but if I have issues I can slip some white ones over the blue.

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Very cool


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You going to paint the wood 🤔


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Originally Posted by Geezer
You going to paint the wood 🤔


Probably just use some sealant. I doubt I’ll be in this house more than a couple years, and I definitely won’t take it with me when we move.

Re: Bucket garden project [Re: Rutabaga] #3377946
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Originally Posted by Rutabaga
I hope you give updates, I would like to follow this. Good luck.


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HOW much u got in materials?


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Originally Posted by Shaneomac2
HOW much u got in materials?

Wood was $90, screws were $10, buckets were $50, dirt was $100, so $250 total.

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GOTCHA THANKS..


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I wouldn't drill drain holes in the bottom. You will struggle to keep water on them. I been doing a bucket garden for a few years now. I put one 1/2" drain hole in the side of the buckets 3" from the bottom. Fill the bottom 3" of the bucket with rocks and plant of top of them. Water till it comes out the hole. The roots grow down into the rocks and the plant has water to drink on.


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Got my plants in last weekend that I started from seed and I’m pretty happy. Need to get some cages or stakes on the tomatoes as some of them are taking off.[Linked Image]

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Looks good but how are you going to pick the tomatoes on the back


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Originally Posted by 300gr
Looks good but how are you going to pick the tomatoes on the back


The two on the left are pepper plants so those won’t be an issue because they won’t get very tall. The two on the right are cherry tomato plants and if they get where I can’t reach them, I’ll just use a step stool.

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It's fun to grow stuff but $250 buys lots of maters and peppers.... I hope you built it with stimulus money!

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Looks good


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Originally Posted by JayHook2
It's fun to grow stuff but $250 buys lots of maters and peppers.... I hope you built it with stimulus money!

And those bought tomatoes will never taste as good as one out of the garden.

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Originally Posted by SouthBamaSlayer
Originally Posted by JayHook2
It's fun to grow stuff but $250 buys lots of maters and peppers.... I hope you built it with stimulus money!

And those bought tomatoes will never taste as good as one out of the garden.

Exactly. Ain't nothing better than picking something fresh off the vine, that you grew.


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