Bamburgh Herb Planter
Traditional style planter, that is split into four sections so you can grow a variety of plants – perfect for creating a country garden look.
|Store & Home Delivery||RRP. £110.99||Code: BHP(HD)|
The traditional style Bamburgh Herb Planter from Forest is perfect for creating a country garden look. The planter is split into four sections so you can grow different types of herbs in each section and they each have plenty of room to flourish.
This low level herb planter is manufactured from smooth-planed Pressure Treated timber. It comes with protection against rot and fungal decay for 15 years. The smooth finish of the timber ensures a splinter free planter, which is great when you are collecting your herbs.
Place your herb planter on your patio or decking to create a pretty focal point, or near your back door so you can easily access it from the kitchen. The planter is supplied unpainted, but why not add a coat of paint to really make it your own.
Delivered to you flat packed with easy to follow step-by-step instructions and all the fixings you need for a simple build.
- The Forest Bamburgh Herb Planter is split into four sections to accommodate different types of herbs
- Manufactured from smooth-planed, Pressure Treated timber for a superior build
- This product is part of our Accessible Gardening range designed in partnership with Thrive, the UK’s leading charity that helps people transform their lives through gardening
- Holds approx. 100L of compost
- High quality build and finish
- 15 Year Anti-Rot Guarantee
- Manufactured from FSC certified timber from sustainable sources
- Delivered flat packed for easy self-assembly
|Dimensions||50 × 150 × 33 cm|
15 year Anti-Rot
|Product Size (h x w x d) cm Overall dimension when assembled, including overhangs|
33 x 150 x 50
|Estimated Weight (kg)|
Manufactured from FSC certified timber from sustainable sources
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