|Container Height (in.)||17.0||Container Length (in.)||20.13|
|Container Width (in.)||20.13|
|Container Size||Large||Container Volume (qts.)||53.9|
|Floor Planter Type||Individual||Included||Saucer|
|Number of Tiers||No Tiers||Pack Size||1|
|Planter Features||Attached Saucer, Drainage Holes, Recycled Materials, UV Resistant||Planter Type||Bamboo, Blueberry, Bonsai, Bulbs, Butterfly, Cactus, Fern, Flower, Garlic, Grass, Herb, Ivy, Orchids, Poinessettias, Roses, Soybean, Succulent, Tomato, Tropicals, Vegetable|
|Pots & Planters Type||Pots||Pots Product Type||Decorative Pots|
|Product Weight (lb.)||3.17 lb||Shape||Round|
A: Pry the saucer from the bottom and you'll see the drainage holes. I take the saucers off for container gardening because they've attracted slugs.
A: Mine didn't either. I drilled my own drain holes with a small drill bit!
A: All of mine had drainage holes and saucers. It's easy to drill new holes in the ones that don't. By the way, I bought my pots (12 of them) three years ago. I leave them out all year and they haven't faded or cracked yet. I use them for vegetables.
A: All my pots had drainage holes. You can use a drill to drill small holes in the bottoms.
A: It is very easy to drill drain holes with an ordinary drill and long bit.
A: 17 inches
A: It's an outside aisle in the garden area
A: Between aisle 52 and 54
A: 5, polypropylene.