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This classic design will make the perfect home for your beautiful plant life. From shrubs to flowers, herbs to trees, this sturdy planter will give a contemporary yet country style feel to your garden. The clean edges and wooden construction will look gorgeous surrounding entrances and archways.
This planter is made from traditional pine, popular for its natural colour and sturdiness. Because the wood used for manufacturing this product has been treated, it can be left to show its natural hues for a rustic look while being protected against the weather. It can also be finished in a varnish or paint of your choice to add a touch of colour to your garden. To see our range of high-quality wood treatments and paints, Click here.
Liz Frances garden furniture and accessories are synonymous with style and quality. These planters reflect excellent craftsmanship and can become a hardwearing feature of your garden for years to come. To see our full range of Liz Frances garden furniture, click here.
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"The product is just what I wanted but as they come flat packed they do need to be put together which was a bit of a fiddle!"
Reviewed Tuesday, 5 February 2019
"Planters are very good if one can actually get them fitted together. No instructions although not rocket science, but fitting sides into uprights so very difficult."
Reviewed Monday, 5 November 2018
"Bit disappointed with the quality of the product for the price. Bought 2 planters and the finish on some of the pieces wasn't as good as I would have expected for that price. Planters don't look that bad but not as good as I was expecting."
Reviewed Sunday, 17 June 2018
"45cm wooden cube planter by. Liz Francec"
Reviewed Tuesday, 20 March 2018
"Assembly required a higher level of skill than I expected. The boards were a tight fit in their grooves."
Reviewed Monday, 20 March 2017
"Didn't fit together very well - had to use a mallet and a lot of force, which resulted in some of the timber being damaged. Once together, it seems sturdy and looks nice, however."
Reviewed Wednesday, 3 June 2015
"Some written instruction to help construct the planter would be helpful. Not all of us are skilled at diy!
Without a power drill it would extremely difficult to secure the long screws in the very hard wood."
Reviewed Monday, 9 February 2015