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Forest Garden Bamburgh Herb Planter

Forest Garden Bamburgh Herb Planter

by Forest Garden

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This Forest Garden FSC Bamburgh Herb Planter is a great looking addition to any garden, allowing you to have flowers or herbs, wherever you wish. It would look equally good planted with flowers by your front door, as it would planted with a herb collection on your patio, or decking.

 

Constructed from pressure treated softwood, this stylish herb planter will last for many growing seasons, which is reflected in the 15 year anti-rot guarantee. The wood itself is FSC certified timber which has been sourced from responsibly managed forests.

Using smooth planed cladding, this planter comes unpainted, which you can leave as a natural finish, or paint in any colour that will enhance your garden design. It has been designed with 4 separate compartments, holding up to 100 litres of compost, which will allow you to grow various herbs individually.

  • Ideal for flowers and herbs
  • Raised height makes it easy to work for less able bodied, and disabled, gardeners
  • Pressure treated timber
  • 15 year anti-rot guarantee
  • Comes un-painted
  • 4 separate compartments
  • Supplied with comprehensive instructions and fixings

Thrive, a national charity which works to help people living with a disability, or mental illness, to transform their lives through gardening, will receive 2.5% from the sale of each Corner table Planter.

Dimensions: L150 x W50 x H33cm

Customer note: This item comes flat packed, and some assembly will be required.

Delivery Information: Please note that this item is not available for delivery in Northern Ireland.

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Attractive planter
I am very pleased with this planter. My husband said it was quite easy to assemble too. We painted it with green outdoor paint rather than keep it the natural wood colour. Now planted up with a variety of plants, it looks most attractive in the front garden.