Elegant colors and a subtle matte finish bring fresh style and let plants take center stage. At 17" in diameter, this planter is generously sized so you can create dynamic displays. Built-in casters let you roll it to a sunny spot on the deck or out of the way for a outdoor gathering. It's self-watering, too, to reduce watering chores and provide plants with a consistent supply of moisture, eliminating over- and under-watering.
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Effective and sets off the plant well
Comments about Viva Matte Self-Watering Rolling Planter, Round Large:
The self-watering feature is particularly handy for an apartment we do not visit all that regularly.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Easy to manage, rollers work great
By Garden Envy
from Ellicott City
I have a Lemon Tree that needs to be moved in during the colder months. This planter is easy to move, water and looks good too!
I really like this planter. Have bought 3 planters.
from Charleston, South Carolina
Great planter. The rollers help to move plants easily from places.Have 3 planters and they are pretty as well as useful in moving.I have also bought the big planters and tomato cages and love allof them. Great transaction on all purchases.
Viva Matte Self Watering Rolling Planters
By Linda, flower lover
from Sebastopol, CA
I purchased two of these, one in light blue and one in purple. They are perfect for our new deck. They are attractive and we want to protect the surface from water damage caused by leaky pots.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Makes container gardening viable
from St. Louis
105 degrees in St. Louis last week. With a climate this hot, watering twice a day is necessary for containers. It is also a giant pain. These self watering containers reduce watering efforts to once a week. The plastic composition doesn't get as hot as clay and better protects roots. Casters are essential to easy turning of plants into or away from sun.
A good investment for those in transition
About Me Avid Gardener
We downsized to a new house with the worst dirt ever, leaving a raised bed system that was 23 years in the making. As we don't have a final plan for the back yard I looked into container gardening and of all the options in your catalog liked these the best. The plants look amazing. Can't wait to see the yields
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