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Newbury 12 in. x 11 in. Light Terracotta Self-Watering Resin Planter

  • Made of fade and crack resistant resin material
  • Ideal for outdoor container garden arrangements
  • Self-watering planter includes built in 1.2 qt. reservoir
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Product Overview

Simplicity at its finest: Southern Patio Newbury series is a group of value-oriented, garden planters. Practical for home, garden and patio use, these stand the test of time and weather elements with a durable, resin construction. Classic colors such as black, lotus green or light terracotta will create a fine contrast against your colorful foliage. While the self-watering capability of this durable planter add an effortless touch to everyday maintenance.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Height (in.)
11.0
Container Length (in.)
12.0
Container Width (in.)
12.0

Details

Color Family
Brown
Color/Finish
Light Terra Cotta
Container Size
Medium
Container Volume (qts.)
9
Floor Planter Type
Individual
Included
No Additional Items Included
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor,Outdoor
Material
Plastic
Number of Tiers
No Tiers
Pack Size
1
Planter Features
Attached Saucer,Drainage Holes,Self-Watering
Planter Type
Flower
Pots & Planters Type
Pots
Pots Product Type
Decorative Pots
Product Weight (lb.)
0.94
Shape
Round
Style
Modern,Transitional

Questions & Answers

3Questions8Answers

Based on the dimensions, how is the volume only 1 quart? is that unit supposed to be gallon? Am I...

Asked by EagerBeaver April 2, 2020
1
Answer

Thank you for pointing out this error. We have made the necessary corrections. The soil volume is actually 9 quarts.

Can I see into the watering hole to determine if more water needs to be added?

Asked by Puzzled April 11, 2019
5
Answers

No. Just check the soil by touch to tell if it’s drying out.

Should I put different size stones in the bottom of the pot where I am going to place a peace lily?

Asked by airpurifyingplantman September 9, 2015
2
Answers

the plant does. not sit in the bottom of the pot. So I will say no rocks but I am not an expert.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
    out of 86 reviews
  • 89% recommend this product
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Our office has purchased three of these self-watering planters because they make plant care so ea...
Our office has purchased three of these self-watering planters because they make plant care so easy! With the reservoir of water by the plant's roots, it can take as much as it needs and there is less risk of overwatering. This planter's design can also help prevent crown rot because there is no need to water from the top. Our shamrock is so happy to have an ever-present supply of water near its roots that it has grown full and lush, and now flowers continuously. I up-potted two tropical houseplants last week into these planters and they seem happy so far. The only drawback with this planter is the small opening in the bottom reservoir. It is not easy to put water into this opening unless you have a watering can with a very narrow spout. If the opening had a lip that came out away from the side of the pot, then adding water would be a lot easier without specialized equipment.
by ShadeTree
This planter is self watering. This is the best feature. Sometimes I get so busy I forget to wate...
This planter is self watering. This is the best feature. Sometimes I get so busy I forget to water my plants. I went to water my plants and the plants soil in this planter was still moist. Best planter yet!
by MadamNavarro
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Enjoyed knowing that the roots were getting water...
Enjoyed knowing that the roots were getting water
by Dewalt
5 Star Review
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good
good
by Anonymous
Response from Response from Southern PatioNov 11, 2019
Thanks for checking out our self-watering planters.
4 Star Review
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by Brian
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by HomeDepotCustomer
It is a planter. I filled it with dirt and a plant and it works
It is a planter. I filled it with dirt and a plant and it works
by Shirley
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