This stylish high quality rectangular planter with integrated lattice is constructed from pressure treated timber and the lovely natural finish means it will suit any garden. This lovely looking planter is the perfect home for a climbing Rose, Clematis and other climbing plants. It would look great in the corner of your patio or against a wall or fence, easily enabling you to add a splash of colour to your garden.
Height 150cm (59.1 inches) Width 180cm (70.9 inches) Depth 50cm (19.7 inches)
"Very happy with product. Also very happy with web site and order arrangement. Speedy delivery was very impressive. Would buy from Primrose again."
Reviewed Sunday, 17 July 2016
"It delivered in good order, although no assembly instructions provided. Item was fairly simple to put together, but maybe instructions should be provided."
Reviewed Wednesday, 16 September 2015
"Very disappointed. This was my third Venice planter; the previous two were ready-assembled apart from the trellis at the back. This latest purchase is completely flat pack and not even pre-drilled. I now have to pay someone to assemble it for me."
Reviewed Saturday, 15 August 2015
Reviewed Monday, 8 June 2015
"Service was good with delivery very prompt but products not so good"
Reviewed Sunday, 7 June 2015
"Sturdy, perfect for the job of screening the garden. Product as described. Looks great!"
Reviewed Monday, 17 November 2014
"Excellent product. One small design fault - the bottom of the trellis is a closed channel which traps water - I had to drill some holes so that it would drain away."
Reviewed Monday, 27 October 2014
"The venice planter, delivered promptly, was exactly what we wanted. It was rather heavy but the delivery man was able to put it where we wanted it, with very little help."
Reviewed Thursday, 21 August 2014
"Some instructions on how the trellis should be attached to the planter would have been welcome. Now full and planted looks great."
Reviewed Sunday, 11 August 2013
"just what I needed and even cheaper than Ebay.....delighted"
Reviewed Sunday, 26 May 2013