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Large Lattice Garden Planter £16.99 @ Argos

£16.99 @ Argos
Click n' Collect. Save £13. Suitable for outdoor use, this Large Lattice Garden Planter is ideal for decorating garden walls. Easy to assemble, it is weather resistant and is weighted for stability…
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banned2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago
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Suitable for outdoor use, this Large Lattice Garden Planter is ideal for decorating garden walls. Easy to assemble, it is weather resistant and is weighted for stability.

Made from wood.
Weather resistant.
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#1
Bought this full price earlier this year. Had lots of compliments, thought it was a bargain now. Would go and buy another but had a bit of a struggle fitting it in the car!
#2
jade3721
Bought this full price earlier this year. Had lots of compliments, thought it was a bargain now. Would go and buy another but had a bit of a struggle fitting it in the car!
What is the quality like will it rot away in weeks?
thanks
#3
reviews on Argos not good
#4
Mine rotted away after two summers
2 Likes #5
Wouldn't sealing it, or painting it keep it from rotting within a couple of years?
#6
brill- just what I'm after. was looking to buy these at the normal price!
#7
escortboy
Wouldn't sealing it, or painting it keep it from rotting within a couple of years?

Yup - absolutely - unfortunately, the Jeremy Kyle classes couldn't possibly conceive of such a notion ;)
#8
Jones181
brill- just what I'm after. was looking to buy these at the normal price!

Hey, you still can, send me the full value for the cost and I'll get them for you :p
#9
I've had mine for a good few years only just started to rot, worth it at sale price!!
#10
scoobytawazara
jade3721
Bought this full price earlier this year. Had lots of compliments, thought it was a bargain now. Would go and buy another but had a bit of a struggle fitting it in the car!
What is the quality like will it rot away in weeks?
thanks

I think this is the same planter I brought cheap in Homebase about 3 years ago. The quality is OK. If you raise it above the ground with some bits of old brick or something similar, it helps keep the base from rotting if the ground is wet.
#11
Looks ok, do peops realise that wood treatment is not a one time thing and bi-annual reapplication may be required? or am I missing something. Heat BTW :)
#12
Ok for the price, but doesn't last long - even if you do treat the wood with preservative. Wouldn't buy again, this year I invested in some decent tanalised wood and made my own which I reckon will last a LOT longer. Ok if you don't have the time or inclination to make your own!
#13
scoobytawazara
jade3721
Bought this full price earlier this year. Had lots of compliments, thought it was a bargain now. Would go and buy another but had a bit of a struggle fitting it in the car!
What is the quality like will it rot away in weeks?
thanks


It's still okay 2 months later but who knows after winter. One thing to note is that it's difficult to find a plastic trough planter to fit inside
#14
jade3721
scoobytawazara
jade3721
Bought this full price earlier this year. Had lots of compliments, thought it was a bargain now. Would go and buy another but had a bit of a struggle fitting it in the car!
What is the quality like will it rot away in weeks?
thanks

It's still okay 2 months later but who knows after winter. One thing to note is that it's difficult to find a plastic trough planter to fit inside

Thanks for info, so protection may not actually expand this things life too much, gotcha.
#15
Staypuff
Looks ok, do peops realise that wood treatment is not a one time thing and bi-annual reapplication may be required? or am I missing something. Heat BTW :)

I think some may be getting confused between wood preservative and wood treatment(s).
#16
Can you not treat wood with a preservative, and your point is?
#17
Expired now £36.99
#18
Shame. I was just gonna buy
#19
COJones
Jones181
brill- just what I'm after. was looking to buy these at the normal price!
Hey, you still can, send me the full value for the cost and I'll get them for you :p

Ha ha- nice try! (_;)

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