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Round Glazetone Planter, 12-Inch, Fire Red
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- Rubber feet, to prevent staining and mold on outside surfaces
- Removable drain plug to prevent root rot outdoors
- Heavy duty steel ensures years of durability in all weather conditions
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|Color||Fire Red||Blue/Brown||Blue Jean||Brown||glazed color||Granite Brown|
|Item Dimensions||12 x 12 x 8.5 in||16 x 16 x 14 in||15 x 15 x 12.38 in||12 x 12 x 8.5 in||—||19.75 x 19.75 x 16.4 in|
|Size||12-Inch||—||15"||12-Inch||Size, 16cm dia & 16cm height||20 Inches|
Heavy duty steel planters hand painted and covered in urethane, each planter is unique and very rugged to all weather conditions.
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The pot's "rubber feet" are outdents in the pot that have a thin coating of rubber on the outside, for a total height of about 1/4". They're sufficient for surface protection as long as the rubber doesn't get scraped off, and fine to raise the pot a bit for drainage assistance. Of more drainage concern to me (for its intended dwarf citrus tree, at least) was that there's just one hole, less than 1/2" diameter, in a slightly raised center area instead of in the lowest part of the pot. I drilled some additional holes, and to prevent rust I thinly coated their newly exposed metal edges with JB Weld (after some research and a call to the company to check safety for a food-plant pot). My tree seems happy.
The original 12" pot sat in the garage for about a month waiting for an inhabitant. When I went to get it, though, I noticed a few small rust spots starting in the inside bottom of the pot, where there'd been some roughness I'd thought was just in the enamel, and a few more under the outer lip. Our garage is in very good shape; this happened in a month, without water dripping on it or undue humidity, and makes me doubt how long these pots will last.
A few other things you might want to know before ordering: The bottom surface has "MADE IN CHINA" stamped into it. The pot body (but not the lip) has slight, fine, horizontal ribbing, only noticeable under some lighting and angles. The lip edge is curled under and is not sharp at all; it's easy to hold and lift. The darker-blue-and-black speckling is much heavier on the outside and upper surface, fading out to mostly show the lighter-blue undercoat deeper into the pot; not a problem if you're planting in it, but a possible issue if you want it for less-filled display.
I ordered the emberglow color, which looks predominantly tan with red (and other) specs of color. The pot that I received was the opposite, predominantly red with tan specs. I was disappointed at first, but ended up keeping it since it still looked very good.