The perfect patio perches for savoring your morning coffee or taking a break from weeding. Unlike lesser lookalikes, these classic bistro chairs are built for outdoor living. Made from powder-coated steel that won't warp, rot or splinter like wood, with ultra-sturdy legs made from solid 3/8" rectangular stock.
This plant stand is as smart as it is handsome. The hinged legs swing in two directions, allowing you to configure it even to an awkward space. The baskets prevent pots from toppling over in a sudden gust of wind. Feet are padded to protect your floors. And the whole thing folds up into one panel should you ever need to store or move it. Coordinating Quarter and Rectangle etageres sold separately. Indoor/outdoor use.
Utilize every inch of space with this corner plant tower. Or put two together to make a handsome semi-circular stand. Sturdy powder-coated steel has elegant styling and can handle multiple pots. For extra impact use on either side of the Esschert Rectangle Folding Etagere, sold separately. Indoor/outdoor use.
Reminiscent of a classic baker's rack, this elegant plant stand looks like wrought iron but is much lighter. Three shelves give you loads of options for a lovely display. For extra flair, flank it with two coordinating Quarter Etageres (sold separately). Indoor/outdoor use.
Vegetable and flowering vines climb high on this rustic and sturdy trellis. Install it as a flat backdrop against a wall, or set it at any angle in the garden or on your patio. It's an ideal choice for raised beds, too. Growing plants vertically saves space and helps keep pests at bay. Long-lasting, powder-coated steel. Folds for storage.
Use this trellis as a flat backdrop against a wall, or angle it around a corner to maximize space in your raised bed. Sturdy powder-coated steel panels offer great support for cukes, squash, beans and peas, as well as compact flowering vines. Folds flat for storage. Generous grid openings make harvesting easy.
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