Strawberry/ Herb/ Flower Pot

GEEZYSKU: 871125296560
10 reviews

Set of: 1
Price:
Sale price£5.25

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Description

TRIPLE DESIGN
Each flowerpot holder has 3 potting spaces and has ridges in the base. 
This allows it to lock into the one below at an angle so as to display all the flowers.


STACKING
This vertical garden planter allows you to grow up when you can't grow out, turning your patio or courtyard into a high rise oasis of flowers, herbs, salad or fruit - or all four if you're feeling adventurous - thanks to 35 cm diameter cluster of three pots.

STURDY
Manufactured from tough plastic, the 12 cm deep terracotta-coloured pots give strawberries, herbs, salads, bedding plants or foliage plants plenty of room to stretch out their roots. 

SPACE-SAVER
These pots can be used individually or stacked up to six high to form an attractive tiered planter and save space in your garden. 

DIMENSIONS
Size of each pot 35 x 35 x 12 cm.

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Customer Reviews

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Danielle (Nottingham, GB)
Fantastic Pot

Needed to buy a new plant pot for my ever growing strawberry plant and these were perfect, they are light weight and the interlocking system was just what I needed so it can cascade down. Looking at my plant this morning, I may need to buy more! Delivery quick and well packaged.

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Jennifer Brigham (Stowmarket, GB)
For strawberries

So far, so good, just planted up

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Esra

Delivery was very fast.
Nice durable item.

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Peter Burrin (Rugby, GB)
Strawberry stacking pots

This was just what I was looking for to move my strawberry’s from their bed as it was being removed, unfortunately they were only put in a bag for posting with no padding and are quite thin .one of mine turned up broken along the edge & although I sent an email to the magic toy shop had no reply.so would not recommend.

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drevlocdrevloc
A great stackable container!

Great stackable container. I've filled the centre sections with old plant pots (and pot noodle containers!) to save on soil. I felt the break out drainage holes in the container bottom are a little large, try a 3mm drill...

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