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"Thank you very much - arrived in time for my husband's birthday even though it had to cross the Irish Sea - another happy customer !!" - Valerie Crabtree
Grow potatoes from your own garden or patio, no matter how small it is. It has a capacity of 80 litres for compost and is capable of harvesting up to 5 plants at a time. Simple to use with easy lift access doors so you only need to harvest what you need so you can have fresh potatoes all the time.
A very clever and innovative Victorian style design in a decorative terracotta coloured finish. It is made from twinwall, frost resistant polypropylene for long life.
Featuring lift-up sides which means potatoes can be harvested a few at a time, just as they're needed, and arriving flat packed for easy home assembly - this product requires minimal assembly.
Dimensions:60cm (24") high x 43cm (17") diameter.
"I have had these barrels. This one was not as robust as ones I have bought previously, nut that change is down to the manufacturer, not primrose as the retailer"
Reviewed Wednesday, 14 November 2018
"I haven't planted potatoes yet but happy with product so far"
Reviewed Tuesday, 23 January 2018
"doesnt even deserve 1 star, just a bit of plastic corrugated stuff. Awful but tried to assemble and didnt do that well with it so cant send back"
Reviewed Monday, 17 July 2017
"Prompt efficient service"
Reviewed Sunday, 26 March 2017
"This is a dreadful product and I cannot believe how much I paid for it. It is made of horrible cheap looking plasticised cardboard."
Reviewed Monday, 25 April 2016
"Pretty much as I expected them to be and they work but perhaps not as sturdy as I had hoped. However we'll put them to the test in a month or two when the potatoes are ready!"
Reviewed Thursday, 24 March 2016
"easy enough to put together"
Reviewed Tuesday, 1 March 2016
Reviewed Saturday, 3 October 2015
"Just what I need because I rent the property"
Reviewed Wednesday, 23 September 2015
Reviewed Friday, 11 September 2015