about 4-5 cu feet, not sure about gallons; probably about 16-20
It's about 20-21inches.
Hi. This beautiful barrel is made with real wood apparently harvested in Oregon, which does not seem to be recycled wood. It is actually manufactured into a barrel in Vietnam. The wood does have an unspecified treatment on it which means we won't be using ours to grow edibles. A person could possibly line barrel with something safe so it could be used to grow food. There are other oak wine barrels, seemingly authentic, offered in the Home Depot nursery department which might better suit growing edibles. I hope this helps.
Exactly what we wanted
Without knowing what size curry leaf plant you require, I'm giving you dimensions so that you can determine answer. Interior base diameter of our real wood barrel is 19.375"wide. BUT you do have stays at base to help stabilize it, they are about 1/2"x1/2". Take a look at photo provided to see stays. So, useable diameter when placing something solid into barrel is 19.375" minus at least one inch for two stays combined. Other interior measurements are 24.25" wide at top and 15.125 interior height from top edge to base. Remember those are measurements of my barrel, yours may differ a bit. I hope this helps.
No it has drain holes in the bottom.
Good size for fruit tree. Did not have to dig a holl to plant. Save time and energy.
It does not appear to be a stain. It has been trough a couple of rains/storms and multiple waterings with no color bleeding. We have Hibiscus in ours and they are doing great. We will ill put flowers around the base of the Hibiscus next. Tomato plants would look great in these.
Label states 16.6" high by 26" diameter. Just measured INTERIOR of mine, it's 24.25" at widest point and 15.125" in height. The only way I could figure how many gallons would be manual labor. Sorry, can't calculate capacity. Perhaps, if you look at manufacturer's website they may be able to tell you capacity.
I would imagine so