This raised trough planter will allow you to create a completely self contained flower bed. It has been constructed from treated pine, which increases its lifespan and ensures that it is sturdy. This planter isn't just useful for flowers. You can use this planter to create a raised vegetable garden and grow fresh fruit and veg in any garden space.
A self-contained flower bed does have certain practical advantages over conventional garden beds. Your plants and flowers will be less likely to become diseased; this is because it creates an isolated environment, making it unlikely to become contaminated by the soil and other plants in your garden. You can also choose which soil to fill the planter with, enabling you to tailor the soil type to suit your plants.
Height: 40cm (1ft 3¾ins) x Depth: 42cm (1ft 4¾ins) x Length: 90cm (2ft 11½ins)
Please note: this planter arrives flat packed with screws and will require self assembly. Downloadable instructions can be found at the bottom of the page. The tools depicted in the main image are not included with the planter.
"Planters are real heavy duty and should last a very long time."
Reviewed Thursday, 13 October 2016
Reviewed Monday, 15 August 2016
"Took a fair amount of effort to hammer the four sections together but once it's together, it feels extremely sturdy and looks fantastic."
Reviewed Sunday, 24 July 2016
"Love the planter. Some instructions about order of assembly would have helped."
Reviewed Tuesday, 21 June 2016
"Excellent product quality and simple to put together(make sure you have a rubber hammer and electric screw driver)"
Reviewed Wednesday, 16 March 2016
"it was all they said it would be. good product."
Reviewed Tuesday, 8 March 2016
Reviewed Wednesday, 23 December 2015
"Have already planted them. Very pleased with the quality."
Reviewed Friday, 5 June 2015
"The trough is, as expected, a good stout job but the floor is badly cut thin match-board. There were no instructions and the number of screws was wrong. Not user friendly, in other words."
Reviewed Monday, 18 May 2015