Flower Tower Freestanding Planter, 3-Feet

January 22, 2018 - Comment

The Flower Tower lets you create stunning towers of blooms to adorn decks, patios, porches and more. The 3′ tall planter holds 30 standard nursery sized plants Inside the planter is an internal watering tube, with graduated sized holes at varied heights. Water from the top opening, with water dispersing evenly throughout the tower. Fertilize

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The Flower Tower lets you create stunning towers of blooms to adorn decks, patios, porches and more. The 3′ tall planter holds 30 standard nursery sized plants Inside the planter is an internal watering tube, with graduated sized holes at varied heights. Water from the top opening, with water dispersing evenly throughout the tower. Fertilize via the same internal tube. Handles allow for ease of movement.

Product Features

  • 3′ tall free standing planter
  • Ideal for flowers, herbs and fruit
  • Small footprint ideal for balconies, patios and porches
  • Unique internal watering and feed tube; Ensures even water distribution throughout the tower
  • Holds 30 standard nursery plants

Comments

lanie says:

its very cute! I love the way it looks with all the flowers on display..the only bad thing about it was it tipped over either by a storm or a squirrel and it now wont stand up straight! It has a bend in the plastic so I don’t know if I can fix it!

mdpowershopper says:

little tricky, but nice From previous reviews I read that it was difficult to fill and / load the plants. Here’s a tip : Assemble the planter, then take duct tape and cover the holes ( all of them ) ,,, then fill to the top. As you work from bottom to top, remove the duct tape from the row you are planting. Naturally this will hold the soil in place so it doesn’t spill out as you fill it. Also,, do use planting gravel as drainage in the bottom as per instructions – it will keep the bottom row from molding the…

Susan A says:

Can’t keep its head up This is great idea poorly executed. The material is too flimsy to take the weight of the dirt and plants. It ends up buckling at the base at tipping over. I had to tie to the porch support to hold it up, If they had made the plastic a little thicker it would have been great. I doubt it will even last the season. I do not recommend this product

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