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Lattice Natural Wooden Planter - Online Now & Instore from 4th June
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Lattice Natural Wooden Planter - Online Now & Instore from 4th June

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Give your delicate climbers a great home that can fit wherever you want it to!

Our Lattice Natural Wooden Planter is perfect for bringing the delicate and decorative flowers of climbers into your garden, wherever you want them.

Made from FSC certified wood and easy to assemble, this planter is perfect for giving much needed support for climbing plants and shrubs.

As the trellis is part of the planter, there is no need to drill and fix it to the wall!

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GemmaLouise89
GemmaLouise891 month ago

They have similar ones for £12 in wickes....

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ivenailedit
ivenailedit
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1 month ago

This one is taller & prefer the colour of the wood. It has a 12 month/years warranty & Dimensions are 135 x 45 x 30cm (approx.) Also read that FSC wood is attractive, practical and long-lasting

The Wickes one is a good deal though, you should post it. Wickes has very limited stock though

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GemmaLouise89
GemmaLouise891 month ago

ivenailedit I don’t know how to post on here and I bought mine last year.. noticed they’re still that price via email a week or so ago

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ivenailedit
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1 month ago

GemmaLouise89 was 1 local two days ago, now none anywhere near me, so Wickes stock limited. To post deal, you copy Wickes planter link, press share button on LD, choose deal & paste link. Then fill in details to post

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rls
rls1 month ago

I wish I saw this last month when I planted my gladioli I wouldn't have had the hassle of trying push bamboo canes in soil littered with gravel

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ivenailedit
ivenailedit
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1 month ago

Always the way rls, there’s always next year. Used to love gladioli we had in garden as a child. Not so attractive once flowers have died

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salss09
salss091 month ago

Thank you very much for sharing, this looks great and would look lovely in the garden when plants start to grow 🙂

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