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I live in San Francisco and enjoy a nice southern exposure with my bay window. In my early years, I was a landscaper, still do some for friends/family, along with my entire condo complex that covers a block. I love to grow things and was looking for something to have my garden without 40 flower pots. I found this Keter, along with the larger wicker style, but opted to go small first; now I want two, side by side. Assembly is easy and the directions are simple and to the point. I love the drain spout as if I go on a trip, my plant watcher doesn't have to worry about water on the floor as if the floater is high, the planter is fine. It's an easy way to drain water as needed. So far, have peppers, tomatoes and carrots growing. I highly recommend! Isaiah is constantly tending the farm.
I have tried several of these and no luck. This one is the bomb! All of my seeds sprouted beautifully it’s easy to keep hydrated. It’s easy to see the water level. It has turned my thumb totally green! I even planted and routed lettuce from my refrigerator!
Love this. I bought 3 of them to put on my deck for herbs and small veggies. The only thing you shouldn't put in here are tall vegetables becasue its not deep enough. But for herbs, cherry tomatoes, small peppers, its fabulous. All summer we had fresh herbs and we are just getting veggies like bell peppers and carrots(wouldn't recommend carrots) and you can start any seed in the seed starter which is a great feature. Most of our plants were from seeds. If it wasn't for my 2 large Labrador retrievers we would have had a lot more. I love them so much as they match my furniture. My husband was not into these at first he thought they were not going to work but they do. They have 2 drains one on each side that let you hold the water or release it. Very well built and sturdy, clean lines and contemporary looking. Its made out of a plastic material but it looks really high end in my opinion.
Overall love this... So much that I have two.I'm sure it all depends on the light and soil (and I made a good mix), but man my plants are happy here! Most amazing planter for the price. Highly recommend. (Would advise the manufacturer to have an instruction book on use though-- at first I wasn't sure if we water the whole planter or the pipe)
I have no idea what I'm doing, but for some strange reason I got this overwhelming urge to garden this year, for the first time in my life. I don't want to make a proper garden in my yard until I figure out whether this is just a passing fancy. So I bought this thing for my deck. I planted 6 herbs plants I got from home depot (mint, thai basil, rosemary, cilantro, parsley, and thyme). It's been about a month, and they've all exploded. I was pleased with this result, so I bought another and planted chives, jalapenos, regular basil, lemon balm, and white tea. Glorious success. I've now purchased a total of 4, and this is getting out of hand. My strawberry planter is gloriously lush after only about 2 weeks, and I'm giddy about my tea garden. Is this what happens when you turn 30? You get excited about planters and the kinds of herbs you use to season food? That is kind of depressing but whatever, I can now make pho on a whim without going to the grocery store, so win.These things are stupid easy to use. The self- watering feature and little floaty leaf are great for a ditzy novice like me. Setup was easy and quick. The whole thing feels really flimsy and cheap, but functions perfectly so I can't complain too much. Looks pretty nice- a little bit cheap but not too ugly. I think these things are great overall- I definitely recommend them. I do have to say they're rather spendy though- they're literally half the price at home depot fyi.
This thing is awesome. I got the black one to go with the color of my deck and its very cute. It has a nice wood grain look and its so well made and simple to put together and it has easy to understand instructions (no tools needed). Its also pretty sturdy. I'm using it to grow herbs outside that I plan to bring into my basement for the winter, so I can stop spending so much money on grocery store bunches of herbs I never fully use up. Only caution is that is a good size but its not huge. I think I'm going to be able to grow about 8-10 bunches of herbs in it. So if you're planning to grow a lot, you may need more than one. Otherwise, I honestly love this thing. The water indicator and little seedling planter is perfect (the seedling planter has holes for drainage...they thought of everything). Also the extra water collects in the bottom but doesn't just pour out...you have to pull the rubber plug to do it....which is great because 1) I don't want dirty water all over my deck and 2) the water can be saved for re-watering because its nutrient rich. Last point, its a very nice finish plastic so doesn't look cheesy or cheap. Usually I only like wood, metal, etc...but this almost looks like stained wood panels and will be much, much easier to clean and will last forever without maintenance. Trust me, I'm picky as hell about decor items and functionality and this is a really cute piece for being plastic. Its a definite buy and thanks to the manufacturer for building a good quality, very cute, very environmentally friendly planter. And the little shelf underneath helps to hide our ugly deck light switch and holds my watering can and citronella candles...sooo awesome! Thank you!!!