Deck rail planters – A stripped deck fence looks ordinary. A deck fence with curtain of vegetation along the top rail is a vibrant border. Planter boxes on top of a fence help to soften the edge of the deck, which creates a subtle transition between house and garden. Select planter boxes that are stable and safe at a tire fence so that they will not be knocked over by pets, children or wind.
Hang long, rectangular, tray-shaped boxes from the head rail, with the hooking brackets window box. The top hooks brackets hold on to the fence rail while the lower hooks shelf planters. The peaks of the planter boxes sit on a lower level than the top of the fence creates a tiered effect. Deck rail planters brackets and hooks come in different sizes and styles of garden and home supply stores.
Follow the mini terracotta pots to the top rail and plant a plant in each one to create a staccato-like sequence of plants along the rails. Buy terracotta pots with trough widths to match the width of the upper deck rail. Arrange terracotta pots on the fence, as desired deck rail planters. Glue the unions to the deck rail and pots to tiles with waterproof construction glue to hold them in place. Let the glue dry completely before planting.