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Akro-Mils RZJMINI Mini Stack-A-Pot, 14-Quart (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Perfect for your deck, patio, front porch, balcony or inside your home
- Multi-tiered planter crafted from durable, U.V. protected plastic
- 14-quart capacity
- Imagine your home cascading with colorful flowers, tasty herbs, succulent strawberries, or plump tomatoes
- Layers stack upward and collapse for easy storage
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The Mini Stack-A-Pot by Akro-Mils- is perfect for your deck, patio, front porch, balcony or inside your home. The multi-tiered planter is crafted from durable, U.V. protected plastic and can withstand all four seasons outdoors! With a 14-quart capacity, the Mini Stack-A-Pot is ideal for the creative gardener. You can even add more layers by purchasing multiple units! Your planter includes three layers plus a base; each layer holds three plants. Imagine your home cascading with colorful flowers, tasty herbs, succulent strawberries, or plump tomatoes. The layers stack upward, saving you valuable space, and collapse again for easy storage! The perfect gift for gardeners of all levels.
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We're getting ready to move again in a couple months, but I still cook with herbs almost every night. I'm only using two of the tiers right now, and the 6 herbs I have growing in it fit perfectly. The round base at the bottom makes turning this a cinch, as some plants need different amounts of sun.
Overall, I'm extremely pleased with this purchase. It's been so great being able to just walk out back and pick fresh herbs whenever I need them!
And the tray isn't ornamental which most are. One main issue I have with container gardening is watering. If I don't get back from work to water the plants, I can lose them in a day. This tray allows me to keep water in the bottom so that it can be wicked up a bit. I'm more than satisified. Good deal for the money. Can't wait to snip my herbs and pluck some strawberries!
Oh, and the actual design in terms of asthetics is good, too. It doesn't have a cheap, plastic look, which I hope you can see from the photo. Also from the photo, you'll see the difference between teh Akro-Mils version versus my other one--which I was quite content with until now.
I'm not sure if top-down watering will be sufficient. It appears that excess from upper levels drains too quickly down to the pan at the bottom, potentially leaving some side areas with dry soil. This is just a guess at this point, and would only affect young plants that have shallow roots. If in doubt, water each section individually or just react to the health of your plants - which is what I plan to do.