Lattice Straight Planter £13.99 @ Argos (Half Price)
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Lattice Straight Planter £13.99 @ Argos (Half Price)

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Found 2nd Jun
Made from wood.
Weather resistant.
Flat packed.
Size H120, W45, D30cm.
Weight 2.8kg.
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Gentle_Giant31 m ago

In this world of political correctness, is it right to specify the plants …In this world of political correctness, is it right to specify the plants have to be "Straight" ??



We have pansies in ours.
Edited by: "Anx10us" 2nd Jun
Noodleking39 m ago

Would this be any good for a climbing frame for a small house cat? Sorry …Would this be any good for a climbing frame for a small house cat? Sorry for the weird question. I am trying to keep my puss cat entertained


And the award for strangest question goes to..........XD
In this world of political correctness, is it right to specify the plants have to be "Straight" ??
Would this be any good for a climbing frame for a small house cat? Sorry for the weird question. I am trying to keep my puss cat entertained
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Heat added, nice find - thanks for sharing
In this world of political correctness, is it right to specify the plants have to be "Straight" ??
Gentle_Giant31 m ago

In this world of political correctness, is it right to specify the plants …In this world of political correctness, is it right to specify the plants have to be "Straight" ??



We have pansies in ours.
Edited by: "Anx10us" 2nd Jun
Would this be any good for a climbing frame for a small house cat? Sorry for the weird question. I am trying to keep my puss cat entertained
thanks
Noodleking39 m ago

Would this be any good for a climbing frame for a small house cat? Sorry …Would this be any good for a climbing frame for a small house cat? Sorry for the weird question. I am trying to keep my puss cat entertained


And the award for strangest question goes to..........XD
Rot in my box
Call your doctor
Rot in my box? Not if you put the soil in a pot or liner first
Had these on offer before. Rotted and fell to bits after a year or two. Definitely wouldn't recommend.
Pointless, at just over a meter high what climber would anyone put in this lol.
Donkii40 m ago

Pointless, at just over a meter high what climber would anyone put in this …Pointless, at just over a meter high what climber would anyone put in this lol.


A small one ?....
Anx10us14 h, 35 m ago

We have pansies in ours.


Ah, common parlance in 1970's rural england!
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I have the Aldi version I treated it with fence stain and as advised put a planter inside and mine are on their 2nd summer.
I notice some comments about using fence paint on it. If it's weather proofed that would be protection enough or is fence paint an added layer ? .. I like the natural look.
HutchAW20 h, 15 m ago

Heat added, nice find - thanks for sharing


Nice find?
Looks to me like they've seen the other one posted different size and just posted it
evostick4711 h, 5 m ago

Had these on offer before. Rotted and fell to bits after a year or two. …Had these on offer before. Rotted and fell to bits after a year or two. Definitely wouldn't recommend.


Paint with used oil (and then a outdoor coloured gloss for colour).
soulman1231 h, 45 m ago

I notice some comments about using fence paint on it. If it's weather …I notice some comments about using fence paint on it. If it's weather proofed that would be protection enough or is fence paint an added layer ? .. I like the natural look.


Weather proof and kiln dried wood are two different things, ideally you want both as moisture inside wood can rot even the best painted, use used oil and a week later minimum paint it with exterior gloss for the best protection, any exterior will do but gloss disperses wet/damp easier.
Wonderful, thank you
Noodleking21 h, 5 m ago

Would this be any good for a climbing frame for a small house cat? Sorry …Would this be any good for a climbing frame for a small house cat? Sorry for the weird question. I am trying to keep my puss cat entertained


I think a cat would love this, I went to order one for mine but none left in my area. Just be sure to put something heavy in the bottom so it takes his weight
seaniboy2 h, 40 m ago

Paint with used oil (and then a outdoor coloured gloss for colour).


I did. Used outside timber paint. The weight of the soil in the liner just broke the bottom and it fell through. Useless. It's cheap for a reason!
evostick471 h, 21 m ago

I did. Used outside timber paint. The weight of the soil in the liner just …I did. Used outside timber paint. The weight of the soil in the liner just broke the bottom and it fell through. Useless. It's cheap for a reason!


Always add a baton if it’s wooden, weak and outside, the skips usually have broken pallets and that’s free, saw, screw, seal, paint...jobs a good ane.

Timber paint? That weak stuff they want you to buy every few years for their profits ? Oil seal, extended dry, high oil paint coating...paying extra attention to sealing joints, even doing these parts 2-3 times.

Do it it well once. It’s Britain’s climate we live in not Southern Europe
seaniboy21 m ago

Always add a baton if it’s wooden, weak and outside, the skips usually h …Always add a baton if it’s wooden, weak and outside, the skips usually have broken pallets and that’s free, saw, screw, seal, paint...jobs a good ane.Timber paint? That weak stuff they want you to buy every few years for their profits ? Oil seal, extended dry, high oil paint coating...paying extra attention to sealing joints, even doing these parts 2-3 times. Do it it well once. It’s Britain’s climate we live in not Southern Europe


I didn't buy it in Southern Europe. It should last and I shouldnt have to add extra wood to it! Cheap rubbish. You've all been warned.
evostick4716 m ago

I didn't buy it in Southern Europe. It should last and I shouldnt have to …I didn't buy it in Southern Europe. It should last and I shouldnt have to add extra wood to it! Cheap rubbish. You've all been warned.



If you wanna be lazy pay shedloads more for top quality, or put some graft in a cheaper spend, even furniture foot pins in each foot to keep it off damp takes seconds for each foot. Used oil, used timber pallet...all free, decent high oil paint to coat, Northern Europeans understand their climate and that graft is needed, brits just moan about the weather and protecting themselves and belongings from it. Be less British.
melcarroll3rd Jun

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Got one yesterday, not the strongest of products though ours is slightly different to the pic posted by melcarroll in that it has 4 upright supports in each corner, which restrict the internal dimensions slightly.

OK for £14 but wouldn't pay the full £28, not worth it.

Got the following planter from Wilko for £1.50 that fits a treat, Wilko Trough Athens Terracotta 40cm

wilko.com/en-…524
Edited by: "APPLE-SAM" 4th Jun
Got mine today, absolute trash, pre drilled holes in the wrong spot, the base plate too big for the space, 2 out of the 8 screws had no grooves in the top so were worthless, and the overall quality terrible don’t bother buy a better one
I’ve no interest in this, but so glad I came to read the comments! Brilliant
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