Hanging Grow Bags (5 Hole)

Containers

Hanging Grow Bags (5 Hole)

Containers

Perfect pouch bags for growing flowers, vegetables, and fruits. Add life to garden fences and walls, posts, gates, railings, decks and anywhere else you find could use a little splash of color. This is an outdoor planter. This pouch is designed to maximize space and grow beautiful hanging flowers or veggies. Hang these anywhere - against walls, on balconies, decks and deck posts, lamp posts, mailbox post or even two over a mailbox one each side, front porch lights, on each side of front doors or garage doors, around swimming pool, fence etc. The possibilities are endless and beautiful! These grow bags comes with  wither 5 or 10 holes for plant placement. Long lasting, and looks great when your plants come to life! Bag Dimensions: 19" long by 8.5" wide. Holds 6 liters of growing medium. 5 Holes
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Product Details

Weight

.3

Depth

9

Height

.2

Width

4

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