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Pea & Bean Patio Planter
These Pea and Bean planters have drainage holes and the sides are reinforced with rigid tubes.
There are 6 cane pockets to hold your supports firmly in place without disturbing the soil.
They fold flat for easy storage,are reusable, and come with a helpful growing guide.
Helpful Haxnicks hint: even if you have a big garden, they are very handy to have just outside your back door.
Product size- L60cm x W30cm x H30cm
UK standard delivery* is just £4.99 on orders under £40
FREE UK standard delivery* on all orders over £40
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good but confused
I have used these for a year or so now and overall good value. However my comment about "confused" comes from the fact that you produce a Pea and Bean frame. Pity someone in the company hasn't thought about producing the planter to fit the frame or the frame the planter. Not everyone has a garden so it would be good if you could get your act together and co-ordinate your range! All my gardening is done on a 1st floor terrace
Excellent product and as described Prompt delivery Very good
Simple to fill and use, plants just beginning to grow. Arrived on time
A good robust feeling product
I've just planted my beans in this planter, easy to use, well made and appears that it will last for a few years. Only time will tell but so far, so good.
I have planted Sweet peas in the planter. My first time at growing them, so I shall wait to see how they do. The canes slotted into the planter very easily and I used a circular cane holder at the top. Just need some warm sunshine now so that they take off!
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