Herb and Salad Vertical Planters
66cm H x 10cm D x 30cm W each
This 2-pack of Herb and Salad Vertical Planters allows you to grow upwards when it's just not possible to grow out and gives frustrated gardeners the opportunity to produce up to 32 fresh salad and herb plants in area less than 40cm wide
These Herb and Salad Vertical Planters allow you to grow upwards when it's just not possible to grow out and gives frustrated gardeners the opportunity to produce up to 32 fresh salad and herb plants in area less than 40cm wide.
The heavy duty, non-woven fabric planting bags each have four 24cm x 15cm planting pouches, the top three of which are fitted with drainage holes at the bottom to allow excess water to filter down. Each pouch can hold up to four plants, giving you plenty of home grown herbs and salads to season and garnish meals with.
Measuring 66cm in height, 10cm in depth and taking up just 30cm of wall width - ample to create a 'living wall' of colour if planted up with flowering plants - each herb or salad planter will brighten up the dullest of garden corners. Fixings not included.
- Herb and Salad Vertical Planters supplied in packs of 2
- Each planter measures 66cm H x 10cm D x 30cm W
- Made from heavy duty, non-woven fabric
- 4 full width planting pockets per planter
- Grow up to 16 herbs or salad crops in each planter
- Ideal for small gardens and courtyards
- Add colour to bland walls and fences
- Grow fresh herbs and salads within picking distance of kitchen door
- Position planting bags above or alongside each other
- Can be used to create a wall of colour if planted up with flowering plants
- Top three planting pockets have drainage holes in bottom allowing water to flow down
- Bottom pocket is sealed to prevent unsightly leaching on walls and fences
- Fixings not included
Pleased with these high quality, tough planters made from attractive fabric. Have attached them to a bare section of fence in our small courtyard-style garden, and planted them with salad seedlings. Pockets are deep and seem to hold water well so they don't dry out excessively during the day when the weather is good. Only slight design flaw is that, when the plants are small and relatively delicate, it is difficult to get the sprinkler head of a full-sized watering can 'into' the area just above
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