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46cm tall round fibreclay garden planter come in a textured terracotta coloured textured effect. Reinforced Terracotta coloured Fibreclay garden pot. Frost resistant


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  • 46cm x 25cm
  • Fibreclay is clay with reinforced fibre mesh
  • Suitable for internal and external use.
  • Beautiful textured terracotta coloured garden plant pot
  • Frost Resistant

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  • Manufacturer reference: 432237
  • ASIN: B00LB5ZVIE
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: March 3 2015
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46cm tall High quality tall round fibreclay garden planters come in a textured terracotta coloured textured effect. Ideal for external planting and internal use with a wide variety of plants. Fibreclay is a robust, strong, lightweight, durable and frost resistant material that is ideal for garden pots and planters. The clay is strengthened by a fibre mesh. Our fibreclay planters are supplied with drainage holes for external use, and corks are provide if the planters are required for use inside. Suregreen's tall round terracotta garden planter has a beautiful textured external face. The round shape planter tapers like a egg cup and is sometimes referred to as an egg planter. Available in three sizes and can be purchased as a set of three.


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