Rowlinson Marberry Barrel Planter

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£137.99

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Description

Create a captivating display in your garden with a Rowlinson Marberry Barrel Planter. This splendid planter can also be used as a salad or vegetable bed. Manufactured from quality FSC softwood with a natural timber finish, it features carefully planed wood and a liner. It is an impressive design from an equally impressive manufacturer; Rowlinson is renowned for quality timber products and this is no exception.

Planters have a range of uses from creating an efficient garden environment on patios, balconies and all hard-covered areas to providing a growing space that warms up faster than surrounding soil thereby enabling earlier sowings. This superb planter is easily assembled and has been pressure treated to protect against rot which means that it will keep its look and quality for years to come. You can also paint it or stain it if you desire.

 

  • ACQ pressure treated
  • Easy assembly
  • Comprehensive instructions included
  • All fittings included

    Dimensions:
    External: W107 x D61 x H71.5m
    Internal: W94.5 x D47.5 x H35cm
    Capacity: approx. 180 litres

    Please note: this product comes flat packed for easy home assembly.

    Customer Note: Treated with ACQ pressure treatment, this product is designed to last. While assembling this product it is advisable that you wear gloves, and it is also inadvisable to burn pressure treated timber.

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Reviews

Love these! Lynn Hedges on 17 November 2020

I now have 2 of these great planters. They are very well designed, sized, great quality and easy to put together. Would recommend to everyone needing a raised planter. Very attractive, too.

Eyecatching TLS on 17 November 2016

Planter looks really good. I put it together by myself (50+ female) although it does say 2 people are needed. the barrelled side had come away from it's pins on one side - not sure if it had been knocked during transportation or made like that. A hammer rectified the problem. It's the wrong time of year to plant it up, so I look forward to the spring.

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