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Lakeland Self-Watering Patio Planter

Lakeland Self-Watering Patio Planter

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NEW | Great Deal on a Planter to Dress Up Any Patio, Deck or Entryway

  • Resembles natural wood but without the maintenance hassles
  • Tall, tapered profile adds a perfect finishing touch to patio or porch
  • Self-watering, ultra-durable and lightweight

With side panels resembling traditional wooden clapboard, this planter provides the perfect backdrop for creative flower and foliage displays. It's crafted from high-grade polyethylene with UV inhibitors to prevent fading. Built-in reservoirs ensure plants get a steady supply of moisture to keep plants flourishing. Mix and match with other Lakeland planters to suit your locale and express your style.

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  • High-grade polyethylene
  • 16" square x 28-1/2" H
  • Holds 32 quarts of soil with the water reservoir in place, holds 50 quarts of soil if reservoir is removed
  • Water reservoir holds approx. 3.7 gallons

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Lakeland Self-Watering Patio Planter
 
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2.0

Not a very quality self-water system

By Rogue

from Southern Oregon

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    • Single-walled not double like other Lakelands

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      Comments about Lakeland Self-Watering Patio Planter:

      This planter is not the same quality as the 20 inch square Lakeland self watering planter. First off it is single walled instead of double walled. A tray is supposed to hold the soil above the water resivoir. This is where the design is flawed. Only two side protrusions on the inside hold the tray. After filling the inner weep holes with rocks, soil, plants and finally watering, the tray slipped beyond the protrusion dumping most of the soil to the bottom of the planter. I had to take it all apart, clean, and try again. This time I used a self watering bag like the one that comes with some tomato planters. Sure enough, held until I watered then slipped again. I only watered with two gallons as I wanted to see if the tray would hold the weight. No, was the answer.
      All that said, the planter looks good, matches my other Lakeland planters, and is useable. Unfortunately, the self watering system doesn't work. The double walled Lakeland planters work great.

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