- Product SKU: PL221917Weight: Approximately 9 lbs.Use: Indoor and Outdoor use. Perfect for small plants and flowers on your patio, home or office.Material: Wood
- Dimensions: 19″ L x 6.5″ W x 5.5″ H, Pot 4.75″ D x 4″ HIncludes: 3 Removable Plant Pots Lined with Foil, 3 Pots Included (pictured)Other: Suitable for Planting
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- Heleta will refund the purchase price for any UNUSED item within 30 days of the purchase date. To make a return, please ship the item back with a copy of your receipt. The customer is responsible for all shipping fees unless the mistake was Heleta’s.
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