- 4 eye hooks (minimum 45 kg)
- Metal chain (minimum 95 cm)
- Cordless drill with a drill bit of 6.35 mm thick
- S hooks
- Plastic pots with fresh potting soil
- Vegetable plants
Screw an eye hook at the top of the pallet at both ends. Attaching an eye hook directly into the pallet can be a bit tricky. It is best to make a hole with a large nail or screw. This makes it easier to attach the eye hooks.
Screwing on the eye hooks is best done with a vice. This is how you create the leverage. Believe us, that vise is really necessary. Unless you’re the hulk. 😉
Loosen one of the chain links and pull it through the eye hook. Attention! You only do this on one side. The other side will come near you as soon as you hang the pallet.
Then hang 2 eye hooks on the wall where the pallet will be hung.
As soon as the eye hooks are in place, grab the loose end of the chain. Let it slide through the eye hooks and attach the end to the other side of the pallet. If all goes well, the chain will now run through all four eye hooks.
Now that you’ve had the toughest part, it’s time to create the vegetable garden.
Take the plastic flower pots and drill a hole at the top of each pot. Through this hole we will later attach the S hook.
Then fill the flower pots with potting soil and the vegetable plants.
Plates in their jar? Then you can attach the S hooks to the pots. The S hooks can be hung on a shelf of the pallet.
And your pallet of herbs garden is complete!