This all-in-one garden kit includes everything you need to grow terrific vines. Cucumbers, peas, pole beans and other vine crops will reach for the sky and reward you with a lavish, easy-to-harvest bounty. Or plant annual flower vines like sweet peas, mandevilla and black-eyed Susan vines and delight in an exuberant tower of lush foliage and dramatic color. The classic clapboard style complements a variety of locations. We recommend using the included tie-backs to secure the planter to a post or railings.
Success starts in the roots. The perforated planter with sidewall ventilation and lightweight Grow Bag liner air-prune roots, ensuring a dense, vigorous root system that can take up more water and nutrients — the secret to super-productive plants.
Dual-Hydrate Watering System. Draws water from the reservoir into the soil two ways — an evaporative grid plus capillary strip — efficiently providing roots with water. And the large water reservoir provides consistent moisture and reduces watering chores.
Built-in support. The heavy-duty trellis is integrated into the planter, giving vines a secure place to climb.
Large capacity. The planter holds a generous 60 quarts of potting mix to accommodate multiple plants and encourage extensive root systems.
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Love this planter!
from Williston, SC
Comments about Gardener's Revolution Classic Vine Garden Kit Gardener’s Revolution® Classic Vine Garden Kit:
I planted a mandevilla vine in my planter. With our long growing season here in the south, it finally filled it up!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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This Kit has made me a "believer"
I purchased this planter in order to transplant 4 passion flower vines that were growing in small pots on my window sill. Because I had to cut them all back after transplant, I decided to add 1 (one) morning glory plant to the container while the others recuperated from being transplanted and sheared. I came across a variety I'd never seen before I have planted morning glories many times, soaking the seeds overnight, and then just putting them into the ground to climb up supports close to my house. I've never gotten a good show of flower or leaves. I am now a big believer in the success to be had with container gardening. I plan on buying more planters from Gardener's Supply and next summer I hope to be able to share photos of my happy passion flowers, after they've had a summer in the yard, and overwinter in our home.
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Great for cukes and other vines
from Hyannis, MA
I'm loving the vine planter! The cukes (right side of photo) are loving it, too. The butternut squash is on the left side and I thought it would climb but it's kind of being shrubby. Seems happy, though. I've only filled the base once since planting as we've had a good amount of rain. This is a perfect space-saver and allows me to grow food on my deck (still don't have any beds for veggies).
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Great for compact gardening
By An Urban Farmer
from New Brunswick, NJ
Living in an urban setting, these are great for crops that grow vertical.
I really like these planters
from Jackson, WY
I have two of these planters on a second floor balcony at my house. Since I have no yard to speak of they allow me to be a vegetable gardener never-the-less! They are easy to set up, attractive and they make it easy to take care of my plants (cucumbers and peas).
I would recommend this product to others
from Chesterfield, MI
We have a condominium and it has a deck in the back. We filled the large pot with climbing black eyed Susans and draping petunias. It provides us with some privacy from out neighbor whose deck is about three feet away.
Bought 3 of these to grow cucumbers and green beans with. Liked the idea of the ventilation, which other similar growing bins don't have. Putting them together was fairly easy had I read through all the directions first. MY ERROR, I didn't realize you had to put the trellis together before adding the soil; no worries I managed to move the soil to the side and trellis was installed. So far so good, have only been using them for a few weeks. Did buy the casters and they work great; so easy to move around. The reason I gave it 4 stars is because the container has a small plastic lip that must be snapped into place and one container doesn't want to stay snapped, and when moving you have to carefully to not grab it by the lip and move. Certainly not a deal breaker, would buy product again.
Love this all in one planter
from Maple Grove, MN
Had read reviews about it being difficult to put together. Didn't have any issues, as issue a small screw driver to align parts.
My cucumber plant loves the trellis!
from Orlando, FL
I use this vine planter for my cucumber plant, and both the cucumber plant and I love the ample amount space in the pot and the trellis that the tendrils can climb relatively easily. My plant has really loved all the room and has taken full advantage of it. The fertilizer and soil mix is also great, and I love the water reservoir at the bottom which makes it good here in hot and sunny Florida, especially during the summer. i have already gotten two cucumbers and I planted it only about a month ago. Great job Gardener's Supply!
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Better than the one for tomatoes.
By Barbara K
from Hunlock Creek
Still flimsy. Supports are better that tomato pot. Needs heavier casters. Great trellis.
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