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Rated 1 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Beware of the Tall 32" planter I am sure my negative review is only applicable to the tall 32" planter. While the assembly was easy, and the planter appears gorgeous. It was an afternoon of joy, planting beautiful arrangements for my front porch and an extreme sense of gratification when it was done. (so pretty!) However, that night I returned to have this product revoke all those feelings of joy and gratification. The tray that holds the plants in place fell through and sunk the entire plant arrangement. I followed the instructions EXACTLY ( I used potting soil with extra perlite to make sure it weighed less).... however once the bottom reservoir filled with water (as it supposed to)... all 4 sides started to bow out thus causing the seating of the tray to not fit anymore. The plastic simply was not strong enough to retain that much water, not to mention it looked funny (think of a swollen water balloon when you set it on a surface). After ruining about $100 worth of plants/ crafty husband decided to anchor the tray in place with 4 screws so this wouldn't happen again. I would have totally returned this had he not done this. It seems to be holding now, but time will tell. I would avoid this product to keep away the headache and plant loss. May 6, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Beautiful but hard to use The tall cape cod planters are beautiful in red, I received them as a birthday gift from my children, but so difficult to use. I should have returned them, but of course, I planted them last summer. They required a committee to figure out the instructions. We were unable to dislodge the inside shelf to just set a planter inside, so we drilled the hole, filled with soil and plants. When filled with water it is extremely heavy, and the sides were bowing out from the pressure, and the water wasn't even reaching the drainage hole. Eventually one of the shelves did collapse, drenching and drowning the plants. The plants in the other planter dried out apparently, because the roots weren't deep enough. They were a mess to clean out and put away for the winter. I wanted these to work because it is a weekend home, and I'm not always there to water. So disappointed, not sure what to do with them this year. May 16, 2016
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Product:476519-Cape Cod Self-Watering Planters
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