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Natural Woven Willow Herb Planter With Liner

Natural Woven Willow Herb Planter With Liner

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Our Willow Herb Planter provides a naturally beautiful setting for your herbs or other plants. The unique bottomless design includes a waterproof liner with handles to hold potted herbs or plants in loose soil. Decorative without being fussy, our willow herb planter is a wonderful accessory with simple style. Imported.

• Willow herb planter
• Includes waterproof liner
• Decorative planter

27-1/2"L x 13-3/4"W x 11-3/4"H
3.6 (based on 5 customer reviews)

By Loves to Garden
FromSan Jose, CA
These are exactly what I was looking for
Comments about Product:
I knew exactly what I was getting, because I read the reviews. It did not bother me that it was going to be held together by zip ties: the plants will most likely cover them anyway. However, it was disappointing when the zipties snapped when I was attempting to install them. It was not that big of a deal....I had a few on-hand that worked as replacements. All in all....I am happy with my purchase. I am using this under my couch table in front of a very large picture window. I will fill it with potted plants including some ferns.

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By BaBa
FromHarrisonburg, Va.
Give this a try.
Comments about Product:
I was hesitant to order after reading several reviews. Upon arrival, I loved the container color and workmanship. The straps were odd, but very workable.

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By Darlene Up North
FromNorthern Michigan
Happy with purchase
Comments about Product:
I purchased 2 of these planters. They arrived packed well, but each section of planter was seperate, and I had to put it together with the black conduit strips provided. Easy enough to do. I was surprised @ the sturdiness of the planter liner, heavy and with 2 hand straps @ each end. Not too happy with the air holes in the sides and bottom, but I'll make it work. They are actually larger than I thought, (even tho I measured :-)...).

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By Darlene Up North
FromNorther Michigan
Happy with purchase
Comments about Product:
Basically this planter is as described. Made of rattan, and was packed appropriately. I was surprised to see each section of the basket was seperate, but black conduit straps were enclosed with which to put basket together, ...easy enough. Liner is nice and heavy, and has strong handles at each side. (2 handles per liner), liner also has holes in the sides and bottom, deliberate, I assume for air flow, but since I am using these in the house I'll cover them up. I just intend to place large pots of cascading ivy in them, They should work very well.

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By iluvbaskets
Fromseattle wa
Assembly Required
Comments about Product:
disappointing. if the description had said 'assembly required', i might have figured out this was not a bottomless willow basket. It's four cut panels shipped with plastic cable ties to 'secure' the corners. And the color is not at all the 'natural willow' shown in the photo. OTOH the grow bag liner is more than i expected.

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Olla (Spanish, pronounced “oh-ya”) jars have been around since ancient times. Made of unglazed ceramic, ollas traditionally have short, narrow necks with wider bodies, and are made in a variety of shapes. They have been used for thousands of years for cooking, storage, and plant irrigation.

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