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Pennington 40 in. x 12 in. Wood Planter Box
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Pennington

40 in. x 12 in. Wood Planter Box

  • Solid wood construction allows for indoor and outdoor use
  • Indoor/Outdoor use allows expansion of your garden year-round
  • Traditional Heartwood finish complements any home décor
$61.78 /each

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The 40 in. x 12 in. Wood Planter Box adds traditional style to any home or garden. This box is an ideal size to use in pairs to accent entryways. Containers are one of the easiest ways to expand your garden space and add year-round color.

  • Solid wood construction is good for outdoor use
  • Drainage hole helps protect against overwatering
  • Large size is perfect for outdoor use
  • Weather-resistant stain for protection against the elements
  • Plant not included
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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Is it necessary to line the planters before adding soil to them will this help prolong the wood from rotting?

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June 9, 2016
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It is not necessary to line the planters.
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June 9, 2016
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Yes. It is recommended that you insert a liner into the Planter Box before adding the soil and the plants. This will reduce the amount of water damage to the planter and thus prolong the life of the planter.
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Should I line the boxes with plastic to preserve the wood before I put the soil in

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Yes. It is recommended that you insert a liner into the Planter Box before adding the soil and the plants. This will reduce the amount of water damage to the planter and thus prolong the life of the planter.
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How could I position these boxes on the exterior of our balcony?

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There's a little ledge but not 12" more like 1.5" so I would need to somehow use something to hang them. What do you recommend?
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May 5, 2015
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The ledge you have is very small compared to the size of the Wood Planter Box. You may want to consider installing a larger piece of wood onto the ledge so the Wood Planter Box can be held securely in place.
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What is this box treated with, exactly?

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I need to know which chemicals the box is treated with to see if it is suitable for Organic standards. I see in the description that it is "safe for use with ornamental and edible plants" and is treated with a "water soluble" treatment, but that is not enough information for the Organic confirmation. Thanks.
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The Wood Planter Box is treated with a water soluble stain that can be use for growing edible plants. For organic gardening we would recommend used an organic liner to protect the plants.
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Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by So far so good, also used a poly box inside for durability. We wanted these boxes because they looked very nice. Yes, the quality of these are okay... they could be better for how much they charge for these. We have now had them for two months. So far so good. What we ended up doing is first, we lined the inside of the box with plastic and punched holes in the bottom to drain. We then put one row of empty egg cartons or plastic bottles along the bottom. We then used a plastic poly window box that we purchased at HD for $10 which fit perfectly. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Dynamic-Design-Newbury-7-68-in-x-36-in-Black-Poly-Window-Box-with-Saucer-NW3612BK/204499179?keyword=684143015536 or Store SKU # 482773. We then used soil and planted the flowers inside the poly box. This setup puts no strain on the box itself and the box is more or less for looks. It looks fantastic from the street and I feel this should hold up over time. I will adjust my rating July 13, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by very poor quality I purchased three of these planters. I noticed one was coming apart at the corners before I planted it so I put in a couple of screws. I figured it was probably just a defective one. After I filled and planted the other two they also started to pop open at the corners. Repairing a filled and planted planter was not easy and I really don't expect these to last the rest of the season. June 5, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Discouraging Very pleased when I purchased the planters. Seemed well constructed, good color. After one month they are separating at the bottom. I didn't even fill them up with soil. I rated the over all unsatisfactory, because they haven't held up as I would have expected for the price. Also, I saved the product description card that was attached and can't find information to contact the company. Is it Pennington or Central Garden and Pet. Frustrated. June 19, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by it's ok I've had the product for about 2 months and it's faded, cracked and falling apart...i loved it at first. for the money i paid I'd rather buy plastic / clay and have it last a season August 10, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Matthews Planter These wooden planters have the rustic look I was after. I have several of different lengths that I turn upside down to set some of my potted plants on (to be able to vary the heights of plants on the deck). I know it's not the way they're intended to be used, but it works, and none of the boards have come loose even with large potted chysanthemums sitting on them. August 24, 2009
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