Roll this potting bench anywhere you need it — out to the garden or patio, into the sunroom or mudroom, or out to the garage for storage. The high sides contain the mess as you start seeds, pot up houseplants and plant your outdoor containers. The lightly textured, powder-coated steel surface is easy to clean, and there's a drainage hole so you can direct unused potting mix or water into a bucket below. A wire shelf holds bags of potting mix, fertilizer, watering can and other gear. So versatile — it's even handy as an additional table for barbecues and outdoor parties.
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A great little potting bench!
from Anniston, AL
Comments about : Demeter Potting Bench:
I have had this potting bench for a few weeks now. Unfortunately, I have not been able to use it because Spring appears to have taken a detour and has not yet made it to Alabama. When it does finally show up, I'm sure the potting bench will get a lot of use. In the meantime, it looks great and I'm happy I got it.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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This is easy to assemble, sturdy and looks great!
from Nashville, TN
I was able to assemble this by myself in about an hour. The packaging for the product was good also (no styrofoam- which I hate, bad for environment). I love this potting bench, it has motivated me back into gardening.
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from Johns Island, SC
I love how it looks on my back porch, but it also so useful in other parts of the garden. It wheels easily across the yard. The assembly instructions were very useful making the assembly a breeze with a second person to help hold certain portions.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Sturdy and adorable!
I have lost a room of my house to my new succulent obsession. Besides the plants, this is the other star in the room. It was easy to assemble with very clear instructions, which were obviously written by someone who's first language is English. It's a very solid table, nice size for my needs and I've come to appreciate the "drain hole" on the right side - super handy for brushing dirt and debris into a collection can I have placed on the little shelf below.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
I love this potting bench
By Kate X
Easy to assemble but READ the instructions first! It took me about 20 mins and I did it alone. I love the look of this and how sturdy it is, it is a great size, and looks cut in my yard. I love the blue!
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The size is perfect.
Very durable and very cute
from Pittsburgh, PA
I'm using it as a display table
Utilitarian Potting bench
By The flower pot
from Houston tx
This is exactly what it looks like. A simple small potting bench. There's nothing hidden but it does exactly what it is supposed to and works well.
The assembly was not difficult, but a little time-consuming.
By Gentle farmer Beth
from Lebanon Connecticut
I have not used this product yet, but it looks well made.
(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)
Nice little potting bench.
from Brentwood California
This was a comedy of errors for me, through no fault of the product. First, I ordered it last March, but it was back ordered for May. When it came, I was dealing with my husband's death in April and in no shape to put it together. Several months later, I tried and something was just wrong. It turned out I had one wrong length leg, which the company immediately replaced. In error, it went to my P.O. Box billing address. Unaware of this, I called and they sent a replacement. I went to the USPS and discovered my "missing" leg. The replacement had already been sent, so I just refused it so they would get it back. I tried a couple of times to put it together, and it just was not working. Frustrated, and still grieving, I let it sit. Finally, nearly a year later, I tried again this morning to assemble it. It looks easy, so could not figure out why I couldn't get it to work. I gave up and spent a couple of hours relaxing, when it came to me just what I was doing wrong. I tried again and it took me 20 minutes to assemble it. The curved rolled edges go on top and roll towards the outside, so check that you have the pieces turned the right direction. The little right angle bent parts of the ends, front and back, go to the inside, forming a support for the bottom of the tray. This is all obvious once you understand it. I still don't know why I had so much trouble. Putting stickers showing right/left and outside or inside would have helped. Anyway, I love it and once you figure it out, it does go together very fast.
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