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Super

AdvantagesCheap - Light - Makes short work of a dull job - Versatile

DisadvantagesHandle is a bit large for ladies hands, makes it a 2 handed activity - Depth Gauge is handy

...actually a depth gauge on the side. Wilko really do pay attention to wee details like this, even though a product is designed and made to be a cheap option they never scrimp on a useful detail. Marked out both in centimetres and inches this handy little feature is just ideal. So to insert the planter into the ground it is suggested that you twist the planter as you push down to the desired depth. Next...

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Excellent

AdvantagesThey look lovely and are long lasting

DisadvantagesNothing

...I have a few different sorts of these pots from Stewart Garden Products. I buy these because they look nice and they do a good job at the same time. Over the back of our house is a nursey and my daughter takes me there sometiems on a Sunday and this is wehere we get these pots from. I cannot carry them back myself so we have put them in the car and my dughter gets them for herself as well...

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AdvantagesPrice

DisadvantagesQuite Small

...being 1.6 kg's) I still put a few heavy stones into the bottom of the planters to give them some weight and stability during the windy months that typically batter my little garden. A large bag of compost covers the stones in both pots, and filled them both nice and full, and they now sit proudly on my patio - ready for some new plants to be potted for the summer months to come. If anything they look...

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