Whether you're creating a green balcony oasis or trying to liven up an outdoor space wooden garden planters from Estate Millwork can be customized to fit your needs. Our planters come in several different styles and wood species.
Planters are great for expanding your gardening space. Planters can go anywhere, on a sidewalk, stairs, a deck.
Planters sit above the ground and allow you to create cascading focal points throughout your garden.
The soil you already hae in your garden may not be the greatest but when you use a planter you have complete control over the soil used which can give you excellent growing conditions
You may only have a few sunny spots around your house, planters allow you to plant in these areas things like beautiful flowers, foliage, or even vegetables that you may have otherwise been unable to grow.
Planters come in all shapes and sizes and can really make a statement and add to your overall garden design.
What if you don't have enough room for a raised bed or an area with less than full sun, the solution may be easier than you thought. While most of us are used to growing herbs in pots, many vegetables can also do well in smaller planters such as peppers, lettuces, tomatoes, and zucchini. The advantage to growing in planters is you can place them where they will receive the most sun light.
Poplar hardwood lacking bold coloration or an exciting grain pattern has a pale olive-yellow brown heartwood and sapwood is lighter off-white or gray with greenish hues and doesn't often get the respect we feel it deserves. The Poplar tree is widespread across all of North America and Europe, and it grows very rapidly and to large sizes, making it very easy to sustain.
Because the wood is often painted or used in secondary applications where it isn’t visible, it is very easy to find wide, clear sections of Poplar for a variety of uses.Poplar lumber is pretty soft and very easy to work. But botanically speaking it is a hardwood meaning it is a deciduous tree. But it is highly stable, easily available in width and length, and takes paint and stain famously well. However using Poplar as a stain grade species is often overlooked. Some will call Poplar wood "poor man's Cherry" as it oxidizes over time to a much darker shade of brown.
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