Growing plants in hollowed-out logs is a timeless tradition that brings rustic, natural beauty to gardens, patios and decks. Compared to real logs these planters are so much easier to plant and maintain -- and they're better for plants, too! Made from tough, high-density, weatherproof polyurethane, the thick-walled planters help insulate roots from scorching heat and frigid nights. And unlike wooden planters, these retain moisture so roots stay healthier and you water less often. When using outdoors, remove the plug in the bottom to allow water to drain. Indoors, insert the plug to protect surfaces from water damage. The tough, high-density polyurethane is protected by UV-resistant paint, ensuring fade-free planters you'll enjoy for many years. Individual hand-painting ensures a naturally beautiful planter. Manufacturer’s lifetime warranty.
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These look real!
By Debra T
I'm going to fill these with cut greenery to flank the fireplace during Christmas. I'll fill them with ferns in the spring and summer. These containers are gorgeous and lightweight!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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The BEST Planter for your home.....
By Mary in Troy
from Troy, OH
This product is totally AWESOME! One of the planters I am giving as a Christmas present and I kept one for myself. I filled it with Cinnamon-scented pine cones and put it near the front door - smells divine! In the Spring I will then plant beautiful flowers in it and place it in a natural setting since it already looks like a log.
Realistic Wood Planters
from Tygh Valley, Oregon
I love these planters. Not only do they look like real tree bark, they have the texture of bark. I have 4 planters I use for planting vegetables and flowers. They are high quality and inexpensive.
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