Arboria Windsor Rectangle Planter Box (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- 25-Inch by 18-inch rectangle shape
- Heavy duty lattice panels are double fastened and set into channels in the surrounding frame
- Fine lattice side panels are backed by a forest green, heavy plastic liner
- Packaged in a single carton, complete with all hardware and fully illustrated instructions
- Handcrafted in the USAfrom natural unstained western red cedar
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|Item Dimensions||16.5 x 25 x 19 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||721161031145|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||1-Year limited warranty|
|Shipping Weight||17.45 pounds|
This elegantly styled rectangular planter will add a touch of distinction to any deck or terrace, and provides a perfect base for an Arboria trellis or an accompaniment at the side of one of our arbors. This model has an extra-wide mouth to fit an entire bouquet of your favorite flowers.
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By Frank C on May 23, 2013
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If you dislike someone, buy them this planter! I have put together many "ready to assemble" (RTA) products. Many of them have been fairly complex, it is not my favorite activity, but I do it well. This product should be pretty simple to put together, 8 screws and you are done. Well, that is not the case. When I started the assembly process, the first screw started to have its head stripped. I lowered the power on the drill and started again, the screw head continued to strip away. Obviously the screw was cheap and poorly made. I took the panel apart and discovered there were no pilot holes on the interior pieces, I drilled pilot holes. I started again and the screw head continued to strip away. The final attempt left me with a splintered frame. That was it for me. This planter is not worth the box it was shipped in, so the box is in the recycle bin and the planter is in the garbage, where it belongs. There are other issues, but it is not worth going into in this review.
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