I made this Pallet Arched Plant Stand from a single pallet. This is a simple project that would look good in your front yard or back yard. Leave it natural to weather or paint it the way you want. Additionally, add a shelf to the bottom to hold more plants!
This Pallet Arched Plant Stand could be a decorative feature of your garden or outdoor areas!
First, I picked a nice-looking pallet. Next, I removed the center set of stringers on the back side of the pallet and any remaining slats. I used a jigsaw to cut the opening. I used leftover pallet deck boards to create the feet, and it keeps this plant stand very stable. You can hang plants by simply using a couple of S-hooks, or install cup hooks or other plant hangers. The good thing is, just an elliptical cut out with a jigsaw, and some paint, and that's it. You can build this project in one day! The hanging ball of succulents takes a bit longer, two hanging baskets, one upside down to the other, with succulents inserted. Put some tube into the top, to get the water into the middle. The bottom succulent is a ground cover "Sedum."