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Like a treasure you found at an antique market, this planter is perfect for compact annual flowers like alyssum and lobelia or succulents like hens-and-chicks. Made from galvanized steel that’s hand-painted to an antique patina, it will look right at home along the edge of your patio or atop a stone wall. The wire top is hinged for easy planting. No drainage holes; we recommend drilling drainage holes if displaying outdoors.
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chicken feeder planter
from east northport, ny
I am very happy with this product. It came perfectly wrapped. I bought 3 of them and have them lined up on my patio under a large window. I can't wait for it to be a little warmer to plant some flowers!
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from Riverton, KS
Love it! Using it in my chicken pen. Too nice to put plants in!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
I love this item and would buy again
from Fairburn, GA
This item I'm using for plants
Cute and Fun
from Nashville, TN
Will use on the deck for nastirums and pansies, perfect size to set on my picnic table as a table setting. Can't wait to use it.
from Western North Carolina
I love these planters. They will add an interesting way to display plants on my porch. They are very solid and seem like they will last for years.
By Eve the gardener
from Marion, Kentucky
The planter is sturdy and should last a long time. It's winter and I haven't used it yet. I plan to fill it with succulents. I'm very pleased with it.
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Not for the Chickens
By Gardening Nana
from Nipomo, Ca.
Easily made a couple of holes and planted blooming succulents. Very cute and different.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Real conversation piece
from Zephyr, TX
Planter was easy to plant in. Easy to maintain. Looks great on our rock walls.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
By Morning Gardener
from Anderson, SC
I was pleased when I received this. It was bigger than I thought it would be. I have it on my deck with little wooden chicks around it....different than the usual flower pot display. It catches the eye of everyone who visits. Most people ask what it is. One thing I found out after the first big rain was that it was full of water and needs some drain holes. I punched a few in with an awl. I love this planter and enjoy it's uniqueness.
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