- Product Dimensions: 35.1 x 35.1 x 45 cm ; 454 g
- Shipping Weight: 458 g
- Item model number: 50-1040
- ASIN: B004ZUXJH2
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: Feb. 12 2014
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #20,002 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
Tierra Garden 50-1040 3-Pack Haxnicks Potato Patio Planter
- Perfect for small and urban gardens, patios, and balconies, this easy to 'Grow Your Own' planter enables anyone to enjoy fresh produce, especially perfect for potatoes.
- Fun and easy to use - no assembly or digging required - and comes complete with a detailed planting guide and useful tips.
- 3-pack of planters; Dimensions: 14"W x 14"D x 18"H
- Planter is made of durable polypropylene, has convenient handles on both sides, and solid brass reinforced, non-rusting drainage holes
- Reusable; simply folds flat for storage.
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Now anybody can enjoy their own delicious home-grown potatoes! These Haxnicks Potato Patio Planters are designed for use on patios and balconies, or in urban gardens. Three to a package - each holds about 40 lbs of compost and 3 - 5 seed potatoes. Growing guide and detailed instructions included. Planter has easy-to-tote handles and solid brass reinforced, non-rusting drainage holes. Reusable and folds flat for storage. Dimensions of each planter: 14"W x 14"D x 18"H. Tierra Garden is an importer, designer and manufacturer of distinctive garden products that has developed a reputation for quality products and a broad selection of unique garden hardgoods.
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I purchased these for veggies and other plants that "play well with others", as well as some larger ones that I thought would be more suitable for larger, heavier fruit- & vegetable- bearing plants.
After all was said and done, I have learned that - for outdoor gardeners who don't have a half acre to work with, these are the way to go!
The larger variety are perfectly fine if planting anything that doesn't produce anything too weighty or becomes a gargantuan plant by nature. My zucchini is now affectionately known as my "Wandering Jewcchini" because it got HUGE, literally walked out of the big planter & onto my deck... and - regardless of my CPR, transplantation & prayer chain efforts - eventually died anyway.😕
These were placed in a spot I had in mind for them before they were even delivered. Then, due to rainfall & the needs of the specific plants in them, the little grouping was rotated in place. Next, sunlight conditions led us to move the group to a different place on our deck. And, finally, each container ended up living in its own space entirely.
This set of planters was great in every aspect.
They have drainage holes - yet didn't allow too much of the water to drain off.
They are solid and well-constructed. Even at their heaviest, they were easy to move and didn't literally fall apart at the seams!
They looked cute together - and separately - without having to conceal or dress them up in any way.
The price (especially when weighing in the results) was absolutely unbeatable!
And they helped me to grow things that I would not have been able to otherwise - simply because of my space limitations.
I just got a house in February after years of apartment living & living in houses with little to no outdoor space for plants - & I could not WAIT 'til we stopped having frost, freezing temps, & all the other things that go hand in hand with Winter in the Midwest! I was going to have...*gasps*...a GARDEN! And I did!!!
Thanks so much for helping make my first real gardening experience both a successful and an enjoyable one!