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Posted Rating Comment 14/Mar/2016Strong and sturdy but also very attractive. Solid wood. Looks like it will last for ever!
Forest Garden Mini Garden Trough 1.2m
Product code: 00323315
£109.99 Privilege price £87.99
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This traditional, sturdy trough planter has a planting depth of 22cm making it ideal for vegetables, herbs or flowers. At 45cm in overall height, it's suitable for seated or kneeling gardening. The shaped ends, watertight membrane liner and sturdy bolted legs make this trough both functional and attractive.
Available in either 1.2m or 1.8m lengths, these two sizes together work as an attractive corner planter or alternatively, why not use one as an herb planter underneath a kitchen window. Manufactured from smooth planed, pressure treated timber and guaranteed against rot for 15 yearsKey Features
- Planting depth of 22cm, ideal for vegetables, herbs or flowers
- At 45cm high this planter is ideal for seated or kneeling gardening
- Neat planter, ideal for smaller spaces
- Jute membrane liner increase durability of the planter
- Sturdy bolted legs ensure this planter is durable
- 15 year expected service life
- 2.5% of net sales of this product will be donated to the charity Thrive.
- Dimensions cm: 45 (h) x 37 (w) x 120 (d)
- Assembly Required: Yes
- Pre-drilling of holes is required