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8 in./10 in./12 in. Arlington Fluted Shadow Slate Planter (Set of 3)

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  • Lightweight and crack resistant
  • Fiber clay appearance
  • Works well for entryways, decks, patios and yards
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About This Product

Add greenery to your space with this 8 in./10 in./12 in. Arlington Fluted Shadow Slate Planter (Set of Three). The durable resin material is designed to resist cracking and fading. The planters easily complement a variety of design schemes.

Highlights

  • Realistic faux fiber clay finish
  • High-density resin construction
  • Lightweight and durable
  • UV-coated finish protects color from fading
  • Weather resistant
  • Crack resistant
  • Suitable for indoor and outdoor use
  • Three sizes - 8 in., 10 in. and 12 in.
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Product Information

Internet # 317701196

Model # HD1433D-601R

Store SKU # 1006596404

Specifications

Details

Color Family

Gray

Color/Finish

Dark Grey

Floor Planter Type

Sets

Included

Insert

Indoor/Outdoor

Indoor, Outdoor

Material

Resin

Number of Pieces Included

3

Number of Tiers

No Tiers

Outdoor Compatibility

UV Resistance, Weather Resistance

Package Quantity

3

Planter Category

Floor

Planter Features

Light Weight, Self-Watering, Textured

Planter Type

Bamboo, Blueberry, Bulbs, Butterfly, Cactus, Fern, Flower, Grass, Herb, Ivy, Multipurpose, Poinessettias, Roses, Tomato, Tropicals, Vegetable

Pots & Planters Type

Pots

Pots Product Type

Decorative Pots

Primary Location

Outdoor

Returnable

90-Day

Shape

Round

Questions & Answers

1Question
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Q:This item says self watering but unlike its larger counterpart, there are no holes in the the bottom or raised insert. How does it operate as self-watering?
by|Jun 22, 2022
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A:  These smaller Arlington fluted planters are meant for Drop-N-Decorate pots or any pot that can be dropped into the planter. The pot sits on top of the riser where plant roots can drink water that collects in the reservoir in the bottom of the planter.

by|Jun 27, 2022
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    4.7 out of 5

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    excellent value
    I ordered Arlington Fluted Shadow gray planters to use outdoors. I mix my vegetables and flowers with herbs all around my inground and above-ground gardens. The first thing I did with the planters, was to drill drain holes in the bottom. I like that they were not already drilled, because some planters that I get for indoor use, I do not want drain holes in them. I simply add some rocks and then add a plant in a nursery container to use indoors. I needed additional above-ground planting space this year and these planters fit my need. I'm not sure what the "core" in the bottom is for, but you will not be able to use these planters for growing root vegetables like carrots or potatoes. I have some seeds started indoors and will move them to the planters this week. These planters are definitely nice enough for indoor use and strong enough for outdoor use.
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    Love the look of these. They are light, but very sturdy. I love the raised pot holder in the bottom. I just drop my potted plants in. Can change the plants when ever. Will actually have to buy more soon lol
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    Durable, attractive in a grouping, the subtle gray color goes...
    Durable, attractive in a grouping, the subtle gray color goes nicely with my concrete front steps. I’m deducting one star because they were described as self watering, so I assumed there would be some sort of raised insert to catch and hold water in the bottom. The center of the bottom is indeed raised, but there are no holes whatever for drainage in the planter. I drilled holes in the top of the raised portion myself in order to provide some drainage and keep the plants from drowning in standing water after rain.
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