Constructed from Acacia hardwood, this planter has a classic, traditional style. It's naturally robust, so it will therefore retain its good looks, even if left outside. The timber has been kiln dried and sanded down to ensure a smooth, pleasant finish. It sits on four feet, keeping the planter off of the floor, and the elegant finials finish the planter in style.
This durable planter will allow you to create a stunning display for your garden, patio, conservatory or courtyard. It is available in a variety of sizes so, if you wish, you can plant up a set of matching planters. This will look great with a collection of plants chosen to suit the differently sized planters. It has a slatted bottom for drainage, enabling you to use this planter outside, but alternatively can be lined with plastic in order to be used inside.
This item requires some self assembly.
Height 65cm (2ft 1½in) x Width 80cm (2ft 7½in) x Depth 40cm (1ft 3¾in)
Other Available Sizes:
Height 65cm (2ft 1½in) x Width 40cm (1ft 3¾in) x Depth 40cm (1ft 3¾in)
Height 65cm (2ft 1½in)) x Width 50cm (1ft 7¾in) x Depth 50cm (1ft 7¾in)
"Bought 2 of these, great size, good quality and added the bonus of the liner as we plan on using them for raised herb garden for students to maintain they are perfect."
Reviewed Wednesday, 22 August 2018
"Good price and simple to assemble."
Reviewed Thursday, 3 May 2018
"Wrote all comments above under 'customer service'"
Reviewed Tuesday, 27 March 2018
"Rubbish! Impossible to assemble and will cost me time and money to properly fix."
Reviewed Wednesday, 1 November 2017
"There were two cracks in the wood which had to be reaired by my son and one of the ornamental tops had to be glued on. I required these to decorate the garden for a party and so did not ave the oportunity to return these and get replacements in time. I would have definitely returned them rather than repair them if I had a choice."
Reviewed Saturday, 24 October 2015
"planter was made of hardwood which was of excellent quality ."
Reviewed Monday, 23 June 2014
Reviewed Monday, 7 April 2014
Reviewed Wednesday, 2 April 2014