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null 22-1/2 in. Dia Rustic Oak Resin Whiskey Barrel Planter with Iron Band

22-1/2 in. Dia Rustic Oak Resin Whiskey Barrel Planter with Iron Band

  • HDR® Resin Lightweight and Durable
  • Fade Resistant Finish
  • Indoor or Outdoor Use
$19.98 /each

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Product Overview

With a down-home, country-style feel, our 22-1/2 in. Dia whiskey barrel planter creates the perfect combination of elegance and simplicity to your outdoor or indoor living space. Our resin alternatives to heavier substrates that carry higher price points will prove convenient to your gardening budget. They also include UV protectors to increase resistance to cracking and fading. Your vibrant colored flower or vegetable arrangements will provide a pleasing pop of color in these dark, faux-wood planters.

  • HDR construction for a durable planter
  • Lightweight
  • Weather resistant to prevent warping, splitting and cracking
  • UV resilient prevents color fading and discoloration
  • 22.5 in. for large size plants

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Customer Questions & Answers

Could you use this barrel for an anchor for string lights or sail canopies. Fill half with cement and 4 x 4 post.

Asked by: Sassy
Why not use a Spiral Ground Anchor, instead of the above complicated process?
Answered by: Sarthak
Date published: 2016-09-27

deminsions are confusing

The container height shows as about 36 inches but that does not appear to be consistent with the picture of the 22.5 " dia planter. What is the difference in meaning between container height and product height? Mike
Asked by: Mike
The confusion comes with the depth. When the measurements say depth, it means the depth from front to back, not top to bottom. Width means side to side, and height is top to bottom. If the depth is 22" and the width is 22" it means it is 22" in diameter. 14" in height means 14" tall.
Answered by: arc
Date published: 2016-09-26

Does this planter need a drainage hole? Or can I just put a layer of broken clay pots on the bottom to help keep the soil from getting soggy?

Asked by: AustinDad
If you make a drainage hole and you are planning to keep it inside, you need a dish below it to collect the access water. Or dont make a hole and dont water too much at a time. If you want to see how much water it is having at any time, plant a hollow pipe of the same height of the planter or slightly larger, along with the plant. Any time you can see the bottom for stagnant water with a flash light through the hole. You wont have a way to take it though, so you may have some broken clay pot as mentioned.
Answered by: Sarthak
Date published: 2016-09-27

could these pots hold a palm tree or large flowering shrub

Asked by: wimsy
It would make a nice planter for just about anything. Keep in mind that palms of any kind have extensive root systems and will eventually be nearly impossible to keep watered. At that point you could plant it in the ground, sell it, donate or give it away and start with a new one. Don't forget to drill holes for drainage. If your location is windy, large plants might need to be secured to keep the whole thing from blowing over.
Answered by: pippilotti
Date published: 2016-09-16
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Customer Reviews

22-1/2 in. Dia Rustic Oak Resin Whiskey Barrel Planter with Iron Band is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for size I do a lot of container gardening so I needed a lot of planters and wanted them to coordinate. I also wanted them to let the plants stand out. They're a great size width- and height-wise. They let me plant multiple plants if i want and they keep the plants high enough off the ground so that I do not have as much of a problem with insects versus when they are in or low to the ground. I have been able to purchase twice as many large containers compared to the regular whiskey barrels which are normally $40. They have been surviving the New Orleans weather great. The only thing I have had to do to them is to drill holes in the bottom before use. They are easy to move across the yard even when full.
Date published: 2015-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These are a great alternative. I have zero complaints about these barrels. I have 5 of them and am about to purchase another 5 for this coming growing season. I have a relatively extensive container garden and these work great for almost anything. I have 18 strawberry plants in one barrel and they absolutely thrive. Next season I will be using them for a variety of peppers, eggplants, more strawberries, cucumbers and several varieties of root vegetables. If you're looking for an attractive, very durable planter that doesn't cost a lot and works perfectly fine, you really can't go wrong. Highly recommend.
Date published: 2015-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wine Bottle Fountain create a Wine Bottle/Barrel Fountain with your 22" Rustic Oak Barrel,(see attached) was a hit on Facebook last week. Home Depot has the BEST prices on the barrel, pea gravel, pond pump for this project..(that is not wine coming out of the bottle, that is the cooper pipe with red color :) )
Date published: 2016-05-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Description should say "faux" iron band It's a fair value, but it's totally resin. Not too thick, it remains to be seen how long it will last. Nice appearance, though. Yes, you need to drill drainage holes, unless you want to use it as an outer pot.
Date published: 2016-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great & affordable These barrels are the best that I have had compare to the plastic containers. I drilled holes in the bottom for drainage and thy keep every thing growing. Going to get 2 more of them.
Date published: 2015-03-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great price for a nice looking planter! This should last a long time and looks very nice. Great price! I bought several.
Date published: 2015-03-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Size not as I thought This is a solid and nice looking pot but not as large as some posts relate. It is only 2' X 2' is not three feet high. The overall look is nice but not as large as I had hoped.
Date published: 2016-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love these barrel's! I started with 1 and within 3 weeks added 3 more. Drilling holes in the bottom was very easy. I've planted flowering bush type plants like Hibiscus, Cape Plumbago and Coral Fountain and all are doing great which says a lot living in Phoenix! I only gave 4 stars for quality since I don't know yet how well they will hold up-hopefully for a very long time. Oh and the price is great too!
Date published: 2016-06-13
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