Apollo Plastics L2X6-GREEN 2 by 6 Mount Deck and Fence Railing Planter, 12-Inch by 30-Inch Rectangular, Green (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Deck and fence railing planter
- Unique form fit design allows the planter to securely rest on top railing without brackets or screws
- Drainage holes are positioned at the bottom of each side of the planter to allow safe drainage of the excess water
- This low profile planter adds beauty without overpowering the surrounding view; green color
- Rectangle shape; size 2-inches by 6-inches railing; Green color
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|Item Dimensions||12 x 30 x 8 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||L2X6GREEN|
|Shipping Weight||2.1 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
You can fit quite a bit in each of these planters and they all have a single drain hole on each side. One of my planters I have items that need good drainage and it was pretty easy to add some additional holes with a drill. Study plastic and I like that I'll be able to easily stack them all together at the end of the season and put away for next year.
The response from ozbo was "sorry for your inconvenience." Big Woop! I don't think ozbo was sorry at all!
I was waiting to order more because my orginal 3 were very expensive, so when I ordered these at almost half the price and they were the same planters I was elated.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fits well on the porch rail. It is large and roomy to grow plants.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Very good. The depth is greater than the 24inch pots that I have, and so the plants don't dry out as fast. It's also very attractive I would definitely order again.Published 12 months ago by Cora V. Preibis
This item didn't fit exactly as it was stated. My husband had to add blocking onto the railing in order for it to fit properly.Published 12 months ago by candace Wert
I use these on an outside railing on my back deck to grow herbs. It sits extremely well on the proper size boards and the water drains off well away from the deck rail. Read morePublished 14 months ago by iiiireader