Premium-quality construction and simple yet elegant design make these planters a natural for flowers, herbs and vegetables; the larger planters also accommodate shrubs and small trees. Frame your entryway with a pair of flower-filled planters to welcome guests. Grow your favorite culinary herbs near your kitchen door. Or create a corner garden on your deck. Brunello planters are available in multiple sizes and colors, allowing you to create dramatic groupings. By repeating a single style of planter, your artistic arrangement will have a unified look. Made from UV-resistant, high-density polyethylene, these rugged planters easily withstand both high and low outdoor temperatures. Pre-drilled holes in the bottom ensure proper drainage. If displaying indoors, use a saucer (sold separately) to protect surfaces from water damage.
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Great for citrus
By One Gardener
from The mountains of western North Carolina
A light weight pot that looks like terracotta, if you pick that color option. I use these pots for my citrus which must be brought into the sunroom during the winter. The pots are light and easier to handle but have the classic look of terracotta. The pots are double walled and do not get as hot as terracotta in the summer which is a boon to the roots of the trees. My citrus trees have thrived in them.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Looks more plastic than photos or reviews would lead you to
from Memphis, TN
It is ok. Looks more plastic than photos or reviews would lead you to believe.Drainage holes were very small. Had to make larger.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
from New York
This planter is attractive and nicely made. It was just the right size for my parsley plants which are thriving.
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