Bathford Planters

Inspired by Victorian dolly buckets, these are made from super-strong fibre clay and will last in your garden for years and years. More
Set of 2 420320-2 £129.95

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Inspired by Victorian dolly buckets, these are made from super-strong fibre clay and will last in your garden for years and years.

They’ve been tested to withstand temperatures -20°C to +40°C, so can be left outside all year round.

Set of 2, one of each size:
  • Large: H.44cm, W.54cm, D. 54cm
  • Medium: H.36cm, W.41.5cm, D.41.5cm
  • Drainage holes included.
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Delivery

Direct Despatch - This will be despatched directly from our supplier, within 5-7 days of ordering.  There could however, be delays to the despatch of your order during our busier times where orders could take up to 2-3 weeks to be despatched. If you would like more information on the despatch of your order, or to find out whether your order could be delayed please do contact us. The delivery charge for this item may vary for deliveries to Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands or the Highlands or Islands of Scotland. If you require delivery to one of these areas please call us before ordering and we will quote on an individual basis.

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Bathford Planters reviews

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Reviewed Today by Tracey

Planters are as described. Sturdy and attractive. Very pleased.
Unfortunately there was A LOT of packaging not recyclable municipally and whilst there was the option to have this collected rather than effectively putting this in landfill, (where it apparently condenses to 10% of its original size), the consideration of actually increasing my carbon footprint with the fuel necessary to do this, didn’t make it a viable option in my eyes. The issue of the packaging was acknowledged on paperwork enclosed with the delivery but I do think there are recyclable alternatives which could have been used.