Terrazza Trough Planter, White
Exclusive | Italian Trough Planter Creates a Lush Terrace Garden
- Generous Capacity: You'll get extra soil capacity and deep reservoirs not found in their American counterparts. Trough Planter holds 130 quarts of soil and 4 gallons of water.
- Unmatched Quality: Rigid construction fends off scuffs and scratches, and they won't fade or bow in the strongest sun or under the heaviest load.
- Self-Watering: Water only once a week, thanks to a dual-action system that uses cotton wick and evaporation
- Timeless Design: Crisp lines and realistic wood grain, plus a choice of two classic finials, make for a sharp, uniform appearance around your property
- We recommend seven 20-quart bags of our premium Organic Self-Watering Potting Mix; each of these planters holds 130 quarts
Our exclusive Italian Terrazza planters offer classic styling with self-watering convenience. In Italy, where style is everything, these innovative planters beautify residential terraces, side-street cafes, hotel lobbies and public courtyards. This large-capacity Terrazza Trough Planter is often the centerpiece. Make the planter mobile with optional casters, sold separately (each planter requires two sets).
- Assembly required
- Made of dense UV-stabilized polypropylene
- 16-1/2" W x 39-1/4" L x 16" H
- Water reservoir capacity: 4 gallons
- Holds130 quarts of potting mix
- Patent pending
- Gardener's Supply Exclusive
Reviewed by 2 customers
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- Great For Vegetables
- Crack After 10 Years
I have had 3 Terraza trough planters and 1 raised bed Terraza planter for about 10 years now. I have used them to grow organic vegetables with great success. I am currently growing tomatoes, bell peppers and 4 blueberry bushes. I love how easy they make having a vegetable garden for somebody who is pregnant, has a toddler and holds down a full time job. My vegetables grow quickly and I get to enjoy gardening instead of dealing with constantly having to water and worry about the plants. With these planters, I just fill up the reservoirs once a week and fertilize as needed. I have moved the planters twice to new houses which I am sure has contributed to them finally cracking after so many years of sitting in the sun. I think the castors are a must so they can be rolled around on the patio for sweeping or hosing the area down. They are quite heavy when filled with moist soil. I now keep the planters in one spot resting on an open dirt area due to some of the sides cracking. They still function fine and are full of vegetable plants now. I am going to buy some more to place around the patio and pool area to grow even more vegetables. I love these planters!
- Was this a gift?:
I bought the Terrazza Trough Planter and Terrazza Square Planter and they both leak and now my brand new concrete floor (outside) has yellow brown stains from the soil. The Trough was for 3 lavendars and 2 of them died in a week. The Japanese Maple in the square planter is slowly browning so I don't know if that will survive another month.