Fit this decorative powder-coated steel planter nearly anywhere, from a narrow railing to a 6"W deck top, or even on the side of your house - adjustable brackets make it all possible. And now we've made them self-watering, so your plants will always have the perfect amount of moisture.
Planters with brackets Durable antique-style powder-coated steel frame Self-watering reservoir for low maintenance upkeep Adjustable brackets for mounting on railings or walls
Available Color Anthracite Terra Cotta
40" Powder-Coated Steel Self-Watering Planter with Adjustable Brackets
32" Powder-Coated Steel Self-Watering Planter with Adjustable Brackets
24" Powder-Coated Steel Self-Watering Planter with Adjustable Brackets
Comments about Product: The metal holder is beautiful. I was terribly disappointed in flimsy plastic flower box. I thought it would be terra cotta or something nicer for the price!Leans forward on the railing so we have to find a way to prop it up.
By Passion for freshness
exactly as expected
Comments about Product: I mounted this planter on a wooden railing near my kitchen door and planted it with herbs and one lettuce seedling. I can now step out the door and cut a few chives or snips of parsley to add to food as I prepare it. Talk about fresh! The lettuce is less successful, perhaps too crowded. One lesson learned: Be sure all your plants have the same water/sun requirements.
By D. the Container Gardener
Don't waste your money on this planter!
Comments about Product: I always had to siphon water off after a heavy rain; plants eventually died when I didn't always get the water out in time; this summer I will drill holes in the side above the bottom level in order to drain off the excess water. Too much money for something that doesn't do what it is supposed to. There are better products out there.
very disappointing planters
Comments about Product: planter floods with heavy rain-need to scoop water from planter
Less than enthusiastic
Comments about Product: This came with minimal instructions, and so I put the few pieces together as they seemed to fit. However, I've tried a variety of plants, and none has survived in the planter. It seems either to over flow with water when it rains (no drainage system, or should I have opened spaces? better instructions would have detailed this) or the plants have simply dried out. The latter suggests that the watering system isn't functioning well either. Not enthusiastic about spending double the amount a similar style traditional watering system would have cost, for worse results.