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Grow your own Pale green Wooden Rectangular Planter 90cm
Grow climbing plants & herbs & enhancing garden space with this Grow your own planter.
- Suitable for Outdoor use
Features and benefits
- Made using responsibly sourced, Forest Friendly timber
Health and safety
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123nick - 4 years ago
I bought this recently along with the smaller one and have to say I would not recommend either. The quality is very poor. Instructions were minimal and stated that all you needed for assembly was a posi screw driver. Not true. You really need a professional joiner. The pieces did not fit well together totally mismatched. The smaller one fell apart and is only fit for firewood. The larger one is assembled but reckon It will only last about a year before falling apart.
Very dissatisfied with these items.
Stevie77 - 4 years ago
Don't understand why people problems with assembly, went together well. No modifications needed, just basic woodworking skills. Finished with Cuprinol Stay New and looks fantastic.
Great value for money
Keristorlas - 8 years ago
I'd read the reviews and yes, there are no guide holes for the screws and it doesn't all fit together perfectly, but it still only took half an hour to construct and another half an hour to slap a quick coat of paint on and now looks like something I'd expect to pay £200.
Impossible to build as instructed
Flufffy - 8 years ago
Bought it home and the parts were physically impossible to build and had no relations to the parts on the instructions or built up in the store. Also by the description I guess it was supposed to have pilot holes that were non-existant.
That said it took about 10 minutes with a saw and drill to make it viable with the planter about an inch shorter on either side.
For something that isn't exactly a couple of quid a bit disappointed