Timber trough planter.
A contemporary planter range, characterized by horizontal board construction and the absence of any visible corner posts. Adjoining boards are butt-jointed on the exterior corners of the planter as standard, which reveals the end section on one face, but can also be mitred so that all end grain is hidden. V-grooves along the joint lines visually accentuate the boards and the planter also has a top lip and inset plinth detail. Exposed faces of the planters can be supplied in a natural smooth planed finish or oiled to enhance its colouration and grain.
|Uniclass 2015||Treated timber plant containers (Pr_45_63_63_89)|
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Iroko timber, natural planed finish
Iroko timber, oiled finish
|Standard product features|
- Tall cube:
- Tall trough:
- Iroko timber, oiled finish:
A Danish oil is applied to protect the timber; the manufacturer recommends this be reapplied every 12 months to avoid natural weathering.