Greenfingers Standard 3-Tier Etagere
Extra Product Images
Product code

Greenfingers Standard 3-Tier Etagere

ON SALE: Order Today to Save 32% off RRP
RRP: £24.99 NOW: £16.99
Whether positioned out in your garden, or indoors in your conservatory, why not display your favourite plants on Greenfingers 3 tier étagère. Filled with your most impressive blooms, this étagère makes a great focal point – and with 3 tiers, there is plenty of room.

Manufactured from steel, this étagère is strong, durable and rust-proof so it should last well – and give you more time to enjoy gardening!

Dimensions: 85 x 60 x 75cm high
Colour: Black

In stock and available for despatch now!
Customer Reviews:
So simple to assemble posted on 31/01/2012 by compuadd
I am an OAP with arthritis in my hands but I found it so simple to build. I threw the instructions away and applied common sense by looking at the diagram. No problems with nuts and bolts. If they were put in the right place then they all fitted perfectly. 2 of the cross struts had the holes in the wrong place but after drilling new holes, the problem was solved. I have joined a quarter round Etagere at each end and made a display stand which will covered in flowers come the summer.
Exceptional Value posted on 04/05/2011 by Paul in Kesgrave
I am not a DIY man. The thought of fixing 3 x 3 tier staging daunted me but I went ahead. Although the instruction guide was NOT the clearest, the whole thing fitted together so well and so intuitively it was a joy to do. The finished article was sturdy and elegant and the value unbelievable. I shall be using Greenfingers for all my needs from here on
Great Value posted on 18/01/2013 by MrsCLeeds
Would have looked better with black nuts and screws, I had to blob black paint onto them all
great value posted on 24/05/2012 by Kenny James
If as a youngster you assembled meccano then putting this together will not be a problem.A screw driver and a 5/16 whitworth spanner is all you need.Be patient and keep the longer screws aside for when coupling 3 pieces in stead of two.Start with the bottom section and work your way up.I have one comment:-the quality of the nut threads is not good however I only failed to use one so you might need to rummage in your odds and ends draw.
good enough I bought another posted on 20/07/2012 by Agnes, Scotland
I was pleased with the first etegere I bought. Good quality for the price and I was pleased enough with it enough to buy another.
Not The EASIEST posted on 18/05/2011 by Threadbear
Assembly can be fiddly and hard for one person, better when two are doing it.Instructions could be abit fuller. Keep all long screws for where 3 pieces overlap. I had to undo some bits to get back long screws. The product good when built.
Good value posted on 22/04/2011 by Lyn8
We found the instructions to be quite unclear as to how to assemble the Etagere. We eventually put it together but with 3 pieces left over! However, I have put 9 large pots with tomatoes and squashes on the shelves and so far it has held together. Instructions could be much clearer on assembley.
great value - fiddly to put together posted on 19/04/2011 by dawn4
the screws that are provided are a little short as the holes they go into aren't flush, so had to use own. apart from that they look great in the garden and will provide valuable growing space for my patio veg garden
Reasonable value posted on 23/04/2013 by Peter S
This product does what the blurb says, and can hold about 20 6-inch pots. But a few areas of light rust are developing after only a week. Also, there are no assembly instructions, just a picture from which you have to work out for yourself how to put it together. Anyone who played with Meccano when young should be able to tackle it, though.
a bit rickety posted on 03/04/2013 by sheelah, devon
bought this with the quarter round etagere.Compared to the quarter round it is not stable, seems to be made with thinner metal rods. Should have bought 2 quarter rounds really.

Read all reviews...

Please login to write a review

Already a member?
Sign in here

It's Good to Share...