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This pale green timber Blooma herb wheel planter is ideal for displaying your flowering plants.
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- Made using responsibly sourced, Forest Friendly timber
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Perfect for herbs
Abzspo28 - 26 days ago
I bought this a week ago, it's been delivered today longer delivery times due to the covid-19 however very impressed by the service given. The item itself is as described a nice wooden herb planter I was alittle worried after reading the poor reviews on it however I am pleased to say it is very simple to construct the base is two pieces which come premade. The outer sides you just slot together like a jigsaw and it makes the hexagon. You them screw the base to the sides we choose to screw it instead of using the nails provided. The inner sections do require alittle bit being sawn off however that is is screw them in place and done it was built within 10mins. We painted it and lined the bottom to help it last longer overall I am very very impressed with this for the price I have placed an order for a second one.
No instructions and no screws
Lynnieloo - 2 years ago
Titles says it all. It's stilll sitting on the patio waiting for me to go buy the screws. I would take it back but I have a 45 mile round trip!
Johanne R - 3 years ago
Sorry but this is the worst product I've bought, none of the pieces fit, we had to saw the ends of as the centre bits were too long, really cheap wood, I've burnt better stuff on the fire, no instructions, although it isn't rocket science, and only 3 nails, a mouse had eaten the bag, didn't realise till unpacking as they are stapled to the middle. Having said that, a coat of paint makes it look much better, just be prepared, it's not a 5 minute job
Lovely design, but unreliable measurements
tiko - 4 years ago
I bought this yesterday and made it up in just over 30 mins. We've stained the wood and it looks terrific; and it's very sturdy. But I would agree with the review by 'burtrude' that the description "easy to assemble" is very misleading. Like 'burtrude' I am competent at DIY but as well as a hammer I needed a tape measure, pencil, set square and saw to finish the product. The section dividers were all too long - the single long diameter by 2 cm, the 4 short radials by 1/2 cm, so I had to measure out, mark and cut these with a saw. (On the cover of the instructions, make sure to note the small print "All figures are approximate"!)
The assembly instructions were misleading: the hexagonal base came in 2 ready-made halves, not individual slats, and only 24 round-head nails were provided, not 50! Also the base has to be nailed to the hexagonal sides with everything upside down, base on top - something the instructions don't explain. This means laying out the sidesfirst and adjusting the diameters using a tape measure. I also chose to nail the base to the dividers once I'd cut them, to prevent any loose movement.
Reading the other reviews, it seems that Blooma's cutting out of the section dividers is somewhat variable: you may get a set that fits, or the pieces may be too short or too long. Again I would agree with 'burtrude': "A good purchase if you are willing to spend an hour or so assembling."
Lovely herb planter
Francess213 - 6 years ago
I purchased this herb wheel with a bit of caution after reading these reviews and can I say I am so pleased with my purchase, I put it together in 20 minutes with no problems what so ever (I'm a female and over 50) the instructions where easy to read and I didn't have to cut any of the slats and only needed a hammer, as they say it was 'child's play' to put together, the only thing that I would recommend is to place a liner inside before the centre wood dividers goes in ( I used a couple of thick plastic rubble sacks and put some drainage holes in it) as it is soft wood and possible to rot, apart from that it looks great on my patio.