Our exclusive Italian Terrazza planters offer classic styling with self-watering convenience. In Italy, where style is everything, these innovative planters beautify residential terraces, side-street cafes, hotel lobbies and public courtyards. Our customized Terrazza Trough Extension Kit lets you extend a trough or square planter, sold separately, into one clean, consecutive container garden.
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Well designed product
By Joel the greenthumb
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Comments about : Terrazza Trough Extension Kit, Bronze:
This is the best designed product, with its sturdiness sand flexible design qualities for my project that I could find in the marketplace
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Planters love them
By Just beginning
from Columbus, Ohio
About Me Getting Started
These planters are being used in front of our home. They add so much to the landscape of our home. Ordering on line was a breeze. Your customer service was so very helpful and knowledgeable about your products. Thank you
(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)
By Sun Baked
from Jacksonville Florida
I love my planter and with an extension, the space is perfect for my tomato loving family. I am disappointed that the spouts for watering did not hold up to the Florida sun and did not even make it through a single season before they became brittle and cracked. I need to buy replacement parts but have not had any luck finding them so far....
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
Extension not really necessary
I added this extension to a trough I had already. For future flexibility, I think I would have rather had 2 individual troughs. Lined up together, they look continuous, but you can move them about much easier when they are separate planters. Very happy with them...the hot Florida sun hasn't rotted them, although they have discolored (plan to paint them))
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
Best for low maintance flowers!
By Mom of 3
from Athens, OH
I have had this for many years now. I plant impatients in it every year and they grow several feet tall, full and beautiful! I usually only have to water them about 3 times during the whole season! This does a great job of capturing the rainwater and using it effectively! I even have earth worms that survive the winter in it every year to help the flowers grow even better which was completely unexpected!
(21 of 21 customers found this review helpful)
By Puppet Girl
from Roanoke VA
This was our big project this year. I had 2 square Planters I put together first. The first one went together so easily and perfectly but the second one was more difficult. I then got 5 extensions and a square planter (I wanted 4 extensions and the trough but they were out of the trough planter when I ordered) It took me about 4 hrs to put together the 5 extensions and square planter and now I feel like an assembly expert. Some sections were easy some were hard. I have a few tips for the hard sections. Hopefully this will help someone because these planters are beautiful and so worth the work of assembly!My only complaint is that the tube you use to fill the bottom with water does not work to tell you when it is full. There is an overflow hole so I know when I see a tiny bit of water come out from under the planter it is full.Assembly tips: 1)It really does help if you lay all the pieces out with the arrows pointing up. One piece in the extension kit that is the black colored brace piece has arrows going two different ways. The bigger arrow points to the top and if you look at the drawing in the instructions it will help. 2)Get a Rubber Mallot!!! They say no tools needed but the rubber Mattot was a big help in tapping in the foot pieces that go on the bottom of the posts. Also when you attach the posts to the sides You have to put it in one position and then slide to lock the plastic tabs in place. This was where I had the most trouble but with the rubber mallot you could put the post on in position and then tap with the mallot to get it to slide and lock in place. It did not do any damage to the plastic.3) If you are having trouble with the black strips that lock in the bottom of the planter first make sure the bottom is not still sitting up to high (I had to thump hard with my hand on a couple to get them to go down) or the bottom could be too far from the planter sides. (I had to push the side in with my knee to get it close enough to put the strips in on a couple of the extensions.4) If you are having trouble getting the big black plastic screw to go into the foot piece that little metal tab tool makes the perfect screwdriver!I hope that helps.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
from Slatington, PA
I use these planter boxes on the edge of my driveway next to my wrap around porch. They went together easily and I've had many positive comments from friends and family. I plan to buy additional units next year to add more plants to my back deck.
Terrazza extension kit
from Medina, Oh
The extension kit grew my Terezza planter to the size I needed. It was difficult to assemble however.
(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Always the sceptic - but so-far-so good!
from Delray Beach, FL
very happy overall -- one section not working though and don't know how to fix it because once soil & plants are in place, how do you fix a problem w/ the tube w/o major disruption to the system? generally happy w/ the product, however.
By Phoenix Ryan
from Phoenix, AZ
Overall quite easy to assemble and add to the trough planter. Two downsides for me though were the fact that a number of pieces arrived broken (although did not affect final assembly), and you don't get the option of the ball finials... they only send the pointed finials.
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