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The Real Barrel Look With Out The Problems of Wood
can be allowed to rust |
for a more rustic look.
The barrel half you receive may have surface rust on the hoops, not shown here. This is normal and adds to the real vintage barrel look
20-year limited warranty
found a plastic barrel
planter for you that meets our standards. Our plastic barrel half is
made from recycled
other plastic planters that are hollow, or made of plastic foam, this
is made from solid one quarter inch thick plastic. |
#PHO1 One Plastic Barrel Half $55.00
FedEx Shipping, will be added to the order, call or email for a shipping quote
Our planters will not rot, mildew, dry out or fall apart. The barrel planter is a light weight and more affordable solution to a real wood barrel planter. Manufactured from rotomolded polyethylene, this planter will last through all weather conditions.
Real woodgrain look
Light weight and durable
A great addition to any outdoor living space
you live in an apartment
house, condominium or a home with a small garden plot, you can add
color to your
surroundings and some tasty vegetables to your table with our Kentucky
Whiskey Barrel Planters..
You will be surprised at what can be done with a few of our Kentucky whiskey barrel halves in a small area. A tomato plant or two grown in one of our barrel halves can supply you with fresh tomatoes throughout the growing season. Special varieties have been developed especially for barrel gardening. Other vegetables that grow well in barrels include peppers, cucumbers and squash. One or two plants will provide enough beans throughout the growing season for at least one meal a week for a family of four. Pole beans don't need a pole, but can be trained on a string or any type of trellis if it is strong enough for support. You can plant vegetables and decorative flowers in the same barrel. A single tomato planted in the center of the barrel and surrounded by colorful geraniums or petunias is an attractive arrangement. Barrel gardening takes less water, overall, than a garden plot, but may require more frequent watering. You can utilize small space efficiently with successive plantings of vegetables that mature quickly, such as radishes and leaf lettuce. Replant each area as it is harvested.
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