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Riverside Plastics Hexagonal Resin Taos Planter Eggplant

Item# 268-RPI003-13-AF | Model# LRHE - 24 - 1520 - W | Added on May 9, 2017 |
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Riverside Plastics Hexagonal Resin Taos Planter Eggplant
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Lightweight, durable poly resin plastic constructionCommercial-quality planters with extra thick wallsPerfect for indoor or outdoor useUV-protected for complete fade resistanceHandles a wide range of outdoor temperaturesWill not crack/break during the freeze-and-thaw seasonChoose from available colorsChoice of sizes with or without drainage holesVendor's products have been popular commercially since 1989Guaranteed for 8 years. What We Like About This PlanterThe unique shape of the Hexagonal Taos Planter adds subtle appeal to your garden or sun room without overpowering your floral arrangements or plants. True to its name, this planter is six-sided and crafted of durable, lightweight poly resin plastic, making it resistant to chipping and cracking. Suitable for indoor or outdoor use in any climate, this commercial-quality planter is UV-protected for complete fade resistance. Designed for use in the harshest climates, it will not crack or break during the freeze-and-thaw season. Available in a variety of convenient sizes and great colors, so you are sure to find the combination that works for you. You can also choose whether your planter comes with or without drainage holes. The Taos Hexagonal Planter is perfect for spaces where height is an advantage. Get one of each size to use together -- then let your gardening and decorating talents do the rest to create an attention-getting display! SIZE DIMENSIONS:Dimension DefinitionsHeight(H): Measurement from top to ... read more
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