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Simple slender wooden planters with a hint of zinc metal detail across the top.

Slender Wooden Planter - Small


Size (cm): 75×40×40
Weight: 6.0 kg

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Slender Wooden Planter - Large


Size (cm): 100×40×40
Weight: 10.0 kg

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Slender Wooden Planters

Simple slender wooden planters with a hint of zinc metal detail across the top.

These simple wooden planters have elegant zinc metal detailing which add a touch of modern style to the garden.

The planters are suitable for shrubs or small container trees, they will add height to your outdoor space and when used in pairs are perfect used either side of an entrance or garden walk-way.

Plants such as box balls or cones always make a dramatic but simple impact in planters by doorways.

Ideal for placing on a patio or next to a doorway.

The planters can be painted if desired using any proprietary outdoor garden paints or colour stains. (Always follow the manufacturers instructions on the tin).

Contemporary design suitable for any garden style.

Product Specification

Dimensions: Height: 100cm. Width: 40cm. Depth: 40cm.

Large planter holds 108 litres of compost.

Height: 75cm. Width: 40cm. Depth: 40cm.

Small planter holds 79 litres of compost.

Manufactured using Pressure Treated softwood to give a robust build and high quality finish.

They have a 15 year guarantee against rot and fungal decay.

Delivered flat packed with easy to follow step-by-step instructions and all the fixings you need for a simple build.

15 Year Anti-Rot Guarantee.

Delivery Information


Due to continued issues at the factory related to the Covid-19 pandemic, this item is not currently available/we are not confident of consistent supply of the item. Please email customer service to be put on a list to be contacted when it is available again. Please note that when it is available the price may alter so we cannot guarantee this.

We would rather be honest with customers and whilst you may find this item elsewhere the same inconsistency will probably apply.

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