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Dry Net Hanging Herb Drying Rack in White (8-Rack)

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About This Product

The Viagrow collapsible herb drying rack is the perfect accessory for drying plants in any space for any application. This lightweight, open air-drying rack comes with eight levels 22 in. in diameter and collapses neatly when it is not in use into the accompanying zip-up carrying bag. To assemble, simply unfold the Viagrow collapsible herb drying rack levels to their full 22 in. diameter eight levels for up to 62 in. of drying space. These units are perfect for a closet space or a grow tent.

Highlights

  • Collapsible for easy storage when not in use
  • Comes with carrying case
  • Perfect for drying herbs or veggies
  • Fits nicely in a 4 ft. x 4 ft. grow tent or closet
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Product Information

Internet # 318876511

Model # VDRY100

Store SKU # 1007049208

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 22 in, W 22 in, D 62 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)62 inProduct Height (in.)22 in
Product Width (in.)22 in

Details

Garden Center Tool TypeTool AccessoryMaterialPlastic
Product Weight (lb.)2 lbReturnable90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty1 Year

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Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
  • 4.6 out of 20 reviews
  • 94% recommend this product
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Just Hanging Around
We started off with a basil plant and wanted to dry some of the leaves. We found this Viagrow hanging net for that purpose. It is exactly what we were looking for as it fits perfectly in our green house. Our basil plant is almost ready to start pulling leaves to start drying. We have also acquired some rosemary plants as well to try in this hanger. There are different "shelves" in the hanger for different herbs. There is plenty of room between the dividers so air will be able to flow between them without any issues. We are just going to have to expand our collection of herbs as we now have the ability to dry them. I am guessing that my wife will start to dry some of the flowers I get her too in this hanger. When not in use we should be able to fold it up in the case and store it away. We have used zip ties to hang it up but may switch to a hook for the ability to stow it away if needed. This is a great choice for herb drying.
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The Viagrow Dry net light weight use. Poor quality. I would not buy! https://youtu.be/YELBOAtVSkM
https://youtu.be/YELBOAtVSkM Hello ! We reviewed the Viagrow herb dryer. About 60 inches in height. Space of 22 inches in diameter. Opening about 8 inches to insert and remove items to be dried. The carry case is not for light use. The zipper is lightweight and snags easily. Also the quality of the sewing is poor. I recommend clipping the threads and using clear nail polish to prevent tears or rips. It is easy to assemble. unfold from carry case. Airflow is going to be the best way to dry. A cool dry space is what I found works best. Lots of air flow is needed to dry any item. Staining and drippage are a given. Fits nicely in a 4 ft. x 4 ft. grow tent or closet, but snags easily. I do not feel that this item a good product. Maybe for a hobby, but not for serious use.
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Versatile Dry Net Hanging Herb Drying Rack
Got this mesh herb drying rack after watching a couple of videos using one. Seemed to work well, so we immediately hung it in our shed/shop. 8 racks makes for a tall setup, approx. 6 ft. I first started drying cilantro and parsley to see it work. Since it is late winter here we needed a warmer environment. But it works well, the mesh keeps ventilation and air movement high. It is easy to hang with straps and a loop at the top. The wire hoops/racks are made so you can pin up bottom racks you are not using. I plan on moving this rack to the greenhouse so being able to pin up the bottom racks is essential with a small/short greenhouse. It has open doors into the racks, I would rather see a door, zipper or way to close the openings to keep bugs/pests out. Other than that, this is a nice drying rack
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Time Will Tell
This arrived well packaged without damage. I am pleased with the size and quality. The fabric is pretty thick surprisingly and it collapses easily into the storage bag. There is little effort needed to store it. We look forward to the fall when we can actually use it to harvest our little garden and dry out our herbs and use this. I see it working well to be hung up and the herbs are open to the air to properly dry.
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Great size for drying herbs
Great herb drying rack with 8 levels to hold your herbs. Can dry multiple varieties of herbs at the same time with all of the levels. Solid hanging straps on the top. The openings on each level are generous making it easy to load or remove your herbs. The mesh feels like it is sturdy. Collapses down to nearly flat and fits easily in its cover for storage.
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So Tall!
Love this Herb drying rack. This is a 1000X’s better than my previous drying rack which was clumsy to assemble and take apart for storage. BUT this rack solved most of those problems. First it is easy and quick to set up, hang, and take down for storage. Even comes with a storage bag. Just determine where you want to hang the rack and install a hook. I find it most convenient to hang the rack either outside, under a carport, under a large porch, or in the garage. It is really too big to be feasible to hang in a kitchen, under the front porch, a small porch, or anywhere where there is little room. The herbs will take a few days to about a week to dry out, depending on the environment’s moist levels. The moister the environment the longer it will take to dry out your herbs, and likewise the dryer the environment the faster your herbs will dry out along with good airflow. Overall, I like the netting as it covers the whole area to keep the herbs or whatever I am drying from blowing away. There is an easy access gap for each tray about 8 Inches wide down the whole length of one side. This gap allows you to gain access to each tray. There is plenty of space between the trays that you can easily place and remove your herbs without disturbing other herbs on the same tray. And wow is this hanging rack tall. Do be careful with the netting as the nets are easy to get snagged on and could rip. One thing I would do different or offer as another product option would be to make the rack with smaller diameter trays and/or shorter (i.e less tall). I would definitely buy a smaller version of this exact same drying rack for those times when I just need to dry a few herbs.
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Great drying space
This was delivered in a flattened box. The size is large. Once pulled out of the collapsed box you see you have all this space 22 inches in diameter and all six for a total of 62 inches,five feet high. This means if you grow herbs and you want to dry them this would suit a fairly substantial garden. But it is not just herbs, alot of flowers too. Have you ever thought if making your own wreath or floral arrangements? This is a solution instead of cutting a bunch and hanging them up to dry. You could probably dry some fruit too not to eat but say if you making potpourri. The uses of this are endless. Such a smart investment. Comes in a blue carrying case also.
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dedicated to desiccate
After watching my daughter-in-law trying to dry herbs on a setup that sort of worked I ran across this gem and thought to myself, “Yes, this is what we need!” Her setup was about two feet by two feet and this is a whopping five foot two inches tall and almost two feet in diameter. We do a lot of Thai cuisine and drying our own peppers and spices is much easier than driving a hundred twenty miles to the nearest Asian market. When not in use it folds neatly into its carrying case awaiting its next deployment! Our dog latched onto it before I had a chance to use it. “If I can’t be your spicy dawg, I won’t be your dawg at all………..”
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Good size
This review is for the Viagrow Dry Net Hanging Herb Drying Rack in White (8-Rack). I like that it is collapsible when not in use and that it comes with a carrying case, although I’m not sure how often I’ll use the carrying case once I start drying herbs. There is plenty of room for various sizes and quantities of herbs. It is very light weight, so you’ll need to keep it in a protected area to control the amount of air flow. I also like the height of each section that allows for easy placement and removal of herbs.
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Lots of room
The Viagrow Drying rack has lots of room to place plants, herbs or whatever you want to dry inside. Each of the eight sections are 22" in diameter and around seven and a half high. It comes with a loop and six straps at the top for hanging. It is well made and has metal wire around the circumference for strength and to hold it's shape. I found I could shorten the sections I don't need to use by clamping them together with a spring clip.
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