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Looking for wooden self-watering containers

Posted by zensojourner (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 2, 13 at 16:50

Garden.com used to carry some of these. About 4 years ago. But I can't seem to find them on their website anymore, just the "terrazzo planters" which I bought several of before - and abandoned in a move because they were so hard to put together. I only ever got one of them put together and they had to send me replacement parts because the tabs would break off.

I'm not doing so well physically now as I was then and it would be beyond my capacity to wrestle those together at this point.

Does anyone know of an alternative? It doesn't really have to be wooden, but assembly MUST be easy.

This is the kind of thing I'm talking about:

http://www.gardeners.com/Terrazza-Raised-Bed/34-004VS,default,pd.html?start=18&cgid=PotsPlanters_SelfWateringPlanters#pr-header-34__004VS


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RE: Looking for wooden self-watering containers

Check out the Grow Box from The Garden Patch. I've linked it for you below.

Here is a link that might be useful: The Garden Patch


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RE: Looking for wooden self-watering containers

I have three of the Grow Boxes and they were pretty easy to put together. They also come with a fertilizer strip that fertilizes your plants for the entire season. I am having great success with mine so far.


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