Martha Stewart Garden, Square False Bottom Planter, 17 Inch, Terracotta

(5 customer reviews)

97,867.58

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Product Description

  • Made from lightweight resin lined with fiberglass sheets for added durability
  • Measures 17″x17″x16″
  • Holds up to 80 quarts of soil
  • Weighs 20 lbs.
  • Martha’s tip – use a piece of screen to cover the extra-large drainage hole to prevent soil from escaping while still allowing for proper drainage and air circulation

Additional information

Material

‎Resin

Colour

‎Terracotta

Shape

‎Square

Product Dimensions

‎43.18 x 43.18 x 40.64 cm, 9.07 Kilograms

Brand

‎Martha Stewart

Number of Pieces

‎1

Assembly Required

‎No

Item Weight

‎20 Pounds

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎43.2 x 43.2 x 40.6 Centimeters

Manufacturer

‎Boston Warehouse

Country of Origin

‎USA

Item model number

‎43454

5 reviews for Martha Stewart Garden, Square False Bottom Planter, 17 Inch, Terracotta

  1. chris

    These may be “lightweight” but they’re not the highest quality. They scratch easily, discolor easily, crack easily, and have odd imperfections because of the material. I would not buy again.

  2. RS

    Great pot. Large, sturdy and wind proof. Happy to find it here. Lovely on my patio. Big enough to set 1 gallon nursery pot into, on top of interior plate.

    Does need some sanding of the interior plate as it is a bit too large to set into pot on interior posts.

  3. Sdbeachnative

    Packaging to last 1,000 years! Environmentally damaging, old-school, never gonna decompose styrofoam, and lots of it! Shocking, and makes it obvious that Martha is significantly removed from the product design and production, because if she actually was, this monstrosity never would have seen the light of day

  4. Colleen M. Acuna

    It’s cheaply made, has faded to a gray/white on trying-to-be terra-cotta. I would send it back but it’s not worth the trouble, the plants are doing fine. Don’t buy this!

  5. Erin

    I’ve noticed with many of the reviews on this product folks have been using this pot as both a grow and cover pot reporting discoloration. If you use it that way it makes sense the pot will display use over time much like a terracotta pot would.

    Use it as a cover pot to maintain its beauty. Keep your plant in grow pots and when you need to water remove the plant and do so elsewhere.

    What I love about this pot is the riser inside of it to lift the plant and that it is a lightweight pot with a heavyweight appearance.

    I do think the price point on this is set too high for what you get from it.

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