Form Basic Rectangular Large Concrete Planter

SKU CCW-33-034-01083
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  • Available in 3 sizes
  • Planter dimension is 72"x30"x30"
  • Great looking rectangular planter for commercial use
  • Comes with unique reservoir system to reduce irrigation loss
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$474.00 $412.00

Product Overview

The Form Basic Rectangular Large Concrete Planter is perfect for use in almost any setting. It features a drain hole and our unique reservoir system which reduces irrigation loss and extends plant life. Available in different finishes, sizes and colors, this planter will meet various requirements and last for many years to come.

*Estimate 4-6 weeks for delivery for this particular product*

Includes:
Form Basic Rectangular Large Concrete Planter

Features:

  • 3/8’’ Dia. steel rebar
  • 2” Dia. drain hole
  • 5/8’’ Dia. lifting inserts (inserts used only when planter is empty)
  • Accepts Reservoir System
  • Available in multiple sizes and colors
  • Used in a wide variety of commercial settings

Specification

Specifications:

  • Material: Reinforced Concrete
  • Size: 72” L x 30” W x 30” H; 72”L x 18”W x 24“H; 66” x 18” x 30“ H
  • Weight: 1675 lbs., 1360 lbs., or 1385 lbs.
  • Finish: Exposed Aggregate or Weatherstone
  • Shape: Rectangular
  • Customizable? Size, color

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