48 thoughts on “Pallet Tree Stump Planter!

  1. How many logs can a log splitter split, if a log splitter could split wood? Damn, now I want a log splitter. ๐Ÿ˜‚

  2. Good idea , Eric , wie used our last stump to build a Garden Table.
    Btw , "our" german BOSCH is good , eh … ?

  3. Log Splitter Info: https://www.troybilt.com/equipment/troybilt/ls-27-tb-hydraulic-log-splitter—free-shipping?utm_source=gardenfork&utm_medium=affliates&utm_campaign=MT2019

  4. Add a trialing plant. It looks gorgeous. It Will even be better. A controlled Ivy plant ๐ŸŒฑ would be great.

  5. Great idea! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ

  6. Eric,I was a bit worried ๐Ÿ˜Ÿ,but as usual you made it work looks great ๐Ÿ‘.Now get back to the wood.lol .

  7. I think you need compost in there, alongside the root balls, with the wood chips on top.

    They cone flowers are beautiful! No other plants needed! โ™ก

  8. I think it looks good. A good way to hide/use the stump. It might not be perfect, but I like rustic better any day.

  9. Creative as always! Love the stump and love the coneflowers! We love to split wood too! I like the smell of fresh split logs!

  10. Here in MN. We cannot transport EAB infected wood. I hope you can heat with wood and have lots of neighbors that can too! How many cords was it?

  11. Hi Eric! Ash is a great material. Among itโ€™s uses is baseball bats, of course. Also good for furniture, doors, veneer, antique vehicle parts, railroad cars and ties, canoe paddles, snowshoes, boats, posts and ties. Oh yes, firewood. But that would be my last choice.
    Does the borer get into the wood, or just the bark, where it does itโ€™s damage.
    I can understand burning it if the heartwood is infested and can propagate the pest. But if not, all those other uses…. ๐Ÿ˜ž

  12. Oh, Eric, this was soooo fun to watch! I enjoyed hanging out with you at the Troy-Bilt meet up because you are hilarious, and your humor comes through in your videos, as well. The planter is very creative and gives me some ideas for what to do what my own eye-sore stump in my garden!

  13. Errr! No – did not think it looked nice. Liked your liking of splitting tree trunk thingies. I think untying knots can be theraputic also. Did you know there is a mathematics associated with knots?

  14. Iโ€™m so invious. Troy wood splitter! (Love my Troy gen-set). Iโ€™m going to grow a tree just so I can cut it down & split it.

  15. If you have some rope laying around, wrap it from the bottom up nice and tight, when log decomposes and loosens the screws the rope will hold it together longer, ๐Ÿ˜Š

  16. I like your idea. I've placed planters on top of stumps but never made the stump into a planter itself. Thank you for sharing the idea. Jeff

  17. Great idea! ๐Ÿ‘ The coneflowers look great. Beautiful color choice. Do you think they will survive the winter though, being as they are in a container and that high up? Just curious as I usually canโ€™t get perennials to overwinter successfully in containers. But I am further north than you. Thanks for another enjoyable and interesting video.

  18. Great idea. The only question is how the perennials will survive the winter's temperature. I thought it might work better with annuals, but still a great idea.

  19. WOW….Eric, I love this idea! I love to plant flowers in natural areas!
    Your so funny, Camera Operator! LOL But, he's right….he is like me ๐Ÿ˜‰
    All Cornflower looks great, Eric!

  20. Another great GF video. I would have taken the bark off the stump. That might have helped eliminate spaces. Shucks, even some Phlox would be nice. Other than that great idea.

  21. Man, you are a cool dude. I love your planter. The dog who clearly is a dog of discerning taste seems to like it too.

  22. Loved your video so much & went and did it myself with an eyesore of a double stump. What an upgrade!! Thank you for the inspiration.

  23. I have a leaner about the size of this tree , would have loved to see and hear youโ€™re ideas how you dropped this tree ! My tree is about 8โ€™ feet from my house leaning towards my house with two branches over my house about 50โ€™ feet up

  24. We just cut a big pine tree and I was wondering what to do with the stump. Great idea!!! I will make a planter. Thanks ๐Ÿฆ‹๐ŸŒบ๐ŸŒธ๐Ÿ’•

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