Stackable Planters, Containers


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Stackable Planters, Containers


Excellent stackable planters for growing a vertical garden! A great way for the Urban Farmer to save space. When you can't grow horizontally, why not grow vertically! These stackable pots allow for as much growth as you need. Keep on stacking them up. Comes with a 1" hole that allows for pvc for extra support. Each planter has 4 grow spaces. Great for outdoor growing and hydroponics. Made from high quality, durable, UV-protected, pure virgin food grade safe plastic. Strong, flexible, and lightweight. Not flimsy or brittle. Available in terracotta and stone colors. Available with a drip tray. Order Contains: 3 containers and 1 drip pan. 13" diameter, 6" tall; 4.5 quart soil volume, 1" center hole for pvc piping if needed. We suggest using pvc piping once you get 6 pots stacked on each other. Can run piping with pump to automatically water.
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