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Gardening with the Terrazza System

Create a 'Deckscape' with Modular Planters

Terrazza planters
Because the Terrazza components all work together, you can create a design that fits your site.

The most beautiful gardens are often those that are skillfully blended with the surrounding landscape. They look as if they've been there for years. But when the landscape is small—such as a deck or patio—it's difficult to think in such grand terms. However, with the Terrazza system, it's easy to landscape with containers ("deckscaping") because the whole system is modular.

Start with the basic shapes and build from there. Everything in the Terrazza line —from squares to troughs—is compatible. The complete line of Terrazza planters and accessories is listed below.

Terrazza is Form that Functions

Each planter has its own water reservoir; just keep it full and your plants will never go thirsty. Water-level indicators show when it's time to water. With optional casters you can make your garden mobile. Planters are made of heavy-duty plastic that resists scuffs and damage from the sun. All of the planters are available in loden green, bronze, black or white.


Square Planters:

  • 16-1/2" W x 16-1/2" L x 18-1/2" H
  • water reservoir holds 1-3/4 gallons
  • Potting soil capacity: 50 quarts
  • Can be fitted with casters, sold separately
simple view of 4 colors of terrazza square planters

Trough Planters:

  • 16-1/2" W x 39-1/4" L x 18-1/2" H
  • water reservoir holds 4 gallons
  • Potting soil capacity: 130 quarts
  • Can be fitted with casters (two sets), sold separately
white terrazza trough planter full of blooming annual flowers

Accessories & Extenders

Terrazza trough extension kit
Trough Extension Kits: Extend a terrazza trough or square planter into one long planter.
Terrazza L-conversion kit
L-Conversion Kits: Convert two troughs (sold separately) into an L-shaped planter. This kit is the corner square section of the L.

Planter Casters (set of 4): Durable wheels designed to be inserted in the base of the Terrazza planters. Just be sure to insert these before you plant up the planter!

Related Article: How to Create Sensational Pots and Planters

Last updated: 3/26/19

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