Golden larch deep planter

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Buy Golden larch deep planter: This beautiful, free standing planter will look at home in any environment. With over a foot depth, this planter also offers the opportunity of combining plants and bulbs to create a show stopping display. The combinations are endless for this planter.<br><br>Constructed from European softwood, the planter is treated with preservative to protect against rot and decay. All fixings and nails are plated to prevent rust staining and also to enhance the longevity of the wood.<br><br>Measurements:<br>L100cm x W38cm x H33cm<br>Weight 12kg

This beautiful, free standing planter will look at home in any environment. With over a foot depth, this planter also offers the opportunity of combining plants and bulbs to create a show stopping display. The combinations are endless for this planter.

Constructed from European softwood, the planter is treated with preservative to protect against rot and decay. All fixings and nails are plated to prevent rust staining and also to enhance the longevity of the wood.

Measurements:
L100cm x W38cm x H33cm
Weight 12kg

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Having bought one of these earlier in the year I've since ended up with two more - they're very handsome and well made planters. Very happy.

Chris

London

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Hi does this have drainage holes in the bottom? Also what can I use to put under it so it is raised slightly of my decking? Kind regards Gill

Bean1977

Hi Gill, thanks for getting in touch. The pop-up poly house has a fully open base, rather than drainage holes. This means you can easily lift it up and over your plants. In open ground, you can peg it directly into the ground to keep it in place, but on your decking you could fit it over wooden pallets or a plastic shed base.

Kerry

Hi is this suitable to grow clump bamboo in them?

unna

Hello, It depends on whether or not you are planting for the long term, as while a smaller clump-forming bamboo will be fine in this for a few years (provided it is kept really well fed and watered), it will be happier in something larger - or planted into the ground.

Helen

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