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Grow your own Wooden Pale green Planter (H)1220mm (Dia)1220mm

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Product Information

Grow climbing plants & herbs & enhancing garden space with this Grow your own planter.

  • Suitable for external use
  • Garden

Features and Benefits

  • Made using responsibly sourced, Forest Friendly timber

Technical Specifications

RangeGrow your own
Colour descriptionPale green
MaterialTimber
Pack quantity1
Height (mm)1220mm
Width (mm)400mm
Depth (mm)400mm
Diameter (mm)1220mm
Product code5397007010084

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3 / 5(3 reviews)

Good quality & good price; tricky to put together

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Ilaria - 1 year ago

I bought this for my father who is 86. Once assembled it made the perfect present. BUT despite my father being fit and healthy and used to DIY, he would have really struggled to build this. The one thing that would have made putting it together a whole lot easier would have been pre-drilled holes at all the joins. Luckily we had a carpenter to hand with all the right tools and after an initial struggle, it took 20 mins to assemble. But it looks great and is very sturdy. Worth all the effort

Cheap and rubbish

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JDI21 - 1 year ago

I bought this last weekend. It requires assembly. There were no screws with it; some of the panels fell apart when opened and the front panel didn't fit and had to be taken apart and 2 ins sawn off the end. Lot of time to assemble but once there looked good.

not easy to assemble

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3uel - 4 years ago

my daughter put these together for me. she is pretty good at DIY, but still struggled. the minimal instructions show the bottom section going on last, so she tried that on the first trough, which resulted in it not fitting at all. much easier if you start by fixing sides to bottom. the liner is weird, I can't decide whether I should make drainage holes, or is the odd texture porous. However, once assembled they look good and are quite sturdy, so good for the price.