Planted with flowers, vegetables or herbs, this mobile cart is a beautiful addition to your porch, patio or balcony. The planter box sits at a comfortable working height, making it easy to tend. And your plants are out of reach of animal pests, too. With large, 5-3/4" diameter wheels and a sturdy handle, you can easily roll it on your deck or patio to keep plants in the sun or to move it out of the way. The cart is made from sturdy yet lightweight, powder-coated steel in rich hues to complement your landscape and showcase plants. A handy shelf holds accessories.
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I would buy this product again
from Pittsburgh pa
Comments about : Demeter Mobile Planter Cart:
Using as a plant display
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Great for porches and patios
By Mr. Bill
from Celebration, FL
This is a very nice garden cart. I am using it for ornamental vegetables and flowers (nasturtiums and poppies!) on the front patio of our townhouse. It matches the "spiced vinegar" paint nicely and is a perfect size.
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Seeds have been planted and are sprouting - other plants are growing from seed indoors and will be added later.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Easy to assemble snazzy planter
from Phoenix, Arizona
I just assembled the cart. I hate assembling things, especially when they are in strange English that is hard to understand and the parts don't fit together properly. This was easy, clear instructions, and well-made parts. I haven't filled it with soil yet, as I'm going to spray paint it, since I got the gray one on sale, and it's not quite my color. I expect it to work out well to keep rabbits out of my flowers and be able to roll them in the best place as the seasons change.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Cute for seasonal plants
By Brenda knitter
from Jacksonville Florida
I will use this to put in seasonal flowers. I will probably put pots in it rather than fill it with soil.
(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Looks nice and like good quality.
from Tucson, AZ
I bought two for my roof deck.
from Climax Springs, MO
Using cart in the house during the winter to house my herbs. Will use the cart outside for flowers during the other seasons.
from New Richmond, OH
Love the color. Fairly easy to assemble alone. Paint job looks very good.
I would buy again
from Westmore, Vt
It is going to be on my deck which can be seen from the lake.Using it as a vegetable garden but wanting it also to be decorative.The color and look of this will look beautiful when people are passing by on the lake.
Just what I was looking for!
from San Diego
This was fun to assemble. It holds several herbs plus a couple marigolds for pest control. The directions tell you how much soil it holds (I had some left over - but better more than less). It is a nice height and portable. I did put some weed prevention cloth on the bottom to slow water run off.
(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)
Great addition to my deck!
By Soccer Mom
from the Ozarks, south central Missouri
Love this planter on my deck! We have a west-facing side of our house, and a big summer electric bill due to air conditioning. With this planter, I can get beautiful green leaves in that western sun & keep my house a little cooler! The green beans & the flowers are certainly appreciated as well.The cart was not hard to assemble, the directions are fine. Read the directions, lay out the parts in order, you'll be fine. Assembly is easier with two people but you can do it by yourself. When it was time to add the sides to join the assembled legs, I stood one end against a wall to hold it upright. There are probably other ways to do that?I picked up a coir trough-basket liner at my nearest big-box home improvement store and one bag of plant mix. I laid a mesh onion bag and then the coir liner (to keep everything from running out through the drainage hole), some lava rocks from an old grill for drainage, then the soil, and planted.I keep a pitcher under the drainage hole, catches the water to use on another plant or another day. I also have some other plants on the shelf.Considering another one (or two) for next season!
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