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This was just what I was looking for My old wood planter finally bit the dust and when I saw this on Improvements website I thought it might be a good replacement. It was a great replacement. It holds more flowers, won't rot, and is higher so it is much easier on my back. It looks great on m patio. May 10, 2013
Perfect for salad container gardening The first planter was scratched and appeared used. Returned it. The second planter was sent back unopened since the box was crushed at several places and you could hear loose pieces inside. The third planter was just right. However for the price, I would have expected a better resin rather than plastic. It is functional, appears sturdy and I can conveniently keep my watering can and sprayer etc. on the shelf. Salad anyone? June 29, 2012
This product met my expectation! I wasn't quite sure what to expect; am not a big fun of shopping online. This product fully met my expectation; I hope the picture does justice to my satisfaction. I am glad I took the chance :-) June 26, 2012
This is outstanding product and price It is difficult for me to do any gardening and I love flowers and our deck. This has given me the opportunity to enjoy flowers of all kinds and do it from a chair. I have set this up my our deck furniture and I am ordering two more today. I wish it was a little more sturdy but were I have them they will be terrific. The price was right. We are retired. Thanks June 17, 2012
Light weight planter This planter is light weight enough to move. But so light weight that it must sit on level and solid ground or patio so that it will be sturdy. Helps people with bad backs enjoy planting again. June 8, 2012
Over-priced While this planter is eminently functional, it looks far cheaper than its price would suggest. I expected the "plastic resin" to be similar to that used for those adirondack chairs with the wood-like grain or faux-terra cotta pots. Instead it's really just plastic. Like the shiny plastic out of which those cheap plastic chairs and pots are made. But it IS functional and sturdier than its appearance would suggest. Its assembly is fairly straightforward. If appearance isn't an issue, and especially if you have health issues that preclude bending over to garden, I would recommend it -- with reservation regarding its price. There should either be greater effort into making it look less "plastic-y" or charge considerably less. May 15, 2012
Nice Garden Planter The planter looks great on our porch. My wife put it togather very easily. April 14, 2012
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Does this planter need a liner?

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No, it does not need a liner. I use this for MANY different things. One way is: I am using one to catch rain water just to see how much rain we got. As of now it is almost full of water and not dripping at all. Of course, as a planter, you just take the plug out and it can drain if it got too much water for the plants. Plus as a planter, you could and I would line the bottom with small gravel or small rocks. However, not necessary.
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A liner is not required for this planter. If you choose to add your own liner please keep in mind that there is a drain plug on the bottom side of the planter to drain excessive water.
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in quarts or cubic feet, thanks!
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This planter will holds 1.25 cubic feet of garden soil. Improvements will have this added to the specifications tab on the product page.
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Deep enough to grow tomatoes?

Hi, is this planter deep enough to establish strong roots for full size tomato plants?
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Improvements checked with the manufacturer and they stated that the planter was never tested for tomato plants and would not recommend it.
With soil added to the planter they indicated that there would just over 5-1/2" of planting depth for the roots to grow. Tomatoes normally would need 6".
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