yes. I'm growing olive tree
probably in CHI NA with everything else
The bottom is about 10.5 inches in diameter.
I used a 1x piece of lumber (strong) and slid it through the holes of the bottom one, stood on it and was able to get them apart.
When measuring a three-dimensional object the conventional measures are length, depth, and height, or lxdxh. Length can also be called width. So, width is how wide it is from side to side when you are looking at it. Depth is the distance from front to back when you are looking at it. Height is how tall it is when you are looking at it. This gets confusing with a container; you would think "depth" is how deep it is top to bottom -- but in this case it isn't. This pot is 14 1/2" in height, or tall, or in the container sense of the word, deep. Since it is round, its width and depth, in the 3D sense of measurement, are the same: 12 3/4"; to put it another way, it is 12 3/4" in diameter. To express this in a container sense, it's 12 3/4" in diameter and 14 1/2" deep (or tall)
A one cubic foot bag of Supersoil (which I suspect is actually a bit smaller than that) filled it almost full, about 2" from the top.
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