The handles make it easier to move the plant pots.Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.Galvanized for rust resistance.To protect the surface from any risk of moisture damage, always use a plant mover or put felt pads under the plant pot or saucer.
Main parts:Galvanized steel
Handle:Solid acacia wood, Stainless steel, Oil
The surface has been treated with oil. For full protection, oil it regularly with wood oil.
Love this planterBoughtitLove that this is tall and thin. Wish it had a drain and that the handles didn't dry out after weather exposure. (they are wooden)4
Tkakyle927Works great as a planter for our front porch.5
Great plant potCrazy 8I bought this to hold a tree I purchased at IKEA. It is amazing. Fits my decor and looks awesome with the plant in it.5
Good quality - great priceFryer8Bought this and several similar smaller galvanized pant pots (Socke) for our outside balcony. Great size, very reasonable, and seem to be high quality5
What a deal!am186I was looking for something substantial for planters for our front porch. These fit the bill! We spray-painted them black and stuck a topiary in each. They look awesome!5
Perfect Porch PlanterKSmitThis planter is the perfect size and shape to display porch plants. The handles make it awesome for moving when needed and it takes spray paint well if you were so inclined.5
tlewiExactly what I had been looking for in regards to a large planter but was very costly at other stores. This is so well priced and the same quality as all I had found before, glad I made the trip to Ikea. This looks great by the front door.5
Attractive StoragePerchedBought it to store dog leases, paw wipes, assorted outdoor shoes by entryway. Tall enough that it hides all the clutter. Visual farmhouse vibe.5
Love the folksy designviv222I bought this pail to use as a planter on my front porch. I have a galvanized roof on the house, so I think it will fit in perfectly.5
Versatile vesselPiffStuffI bought this for a plant with a long root ball, but decided I could use it for storage or for ice at the Labor Day gathering...imagining adding wheels...visualizing it in the laundry room...etc4