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QBP-26L, Wine Barrel Wall Planter with lacquer finished                                 QBP-26, Wine Barrel Wall Planter without   finished

All colors shown in the picture may vary because these are made from used wine barrels, each one is different as we get them.

Wine barrel wall planters are designed to has a flat back to stand against a wall for conserving space.

We use authentic oak wood wine barrels with quality and value in mind for your gardening needs. Unlike whisky barrels,  classic wine barrels are much better built, and wrapped with three galvanized steel bands to prevent rust which are seen frequently  in whisky barrels. Unlike most retailers, we give you the option of drilled drainage holes on the bottoms of your barrel planters. If you plan to use the wine barrels for planting, then drainage holes are needed, so excess water may drain out of the containers without drowning and killing the plants

   
QBP-34, Tall Wine Barrel Wall Planter without  finished                           QBP-26 Picture from happy customer

  
QBP-34L                 QBP-26L

Key Features

  • Wine barrel wall  planters are designed for locations where space is limited, they will hug against walls or structures for efficient use of space, making them perfect for entrance ways,  stairways or doorways.

  • All oak wood barrel front and bottom, cedar wood bottom and  back.

  • These are  quality, genuine wine barrels as oppose to the the rusty whisky barrels sold  in large home centers. You could still see the red wine stain inside and smell  the actual wine.

  • Unlike most big chain stores, our quarter wine barrels comes with optional drainage holes at the bottoms to ensure your plants will not be drowned or over watered when planted inside.

  • Dimension for the quarter barrel  is 26" wide the top, 22" at the bottom, height is 18", depth is 13" front to flat back. The tall quarter barrel planter is taller at  27" high.

  • Elegant, perfect, round barrel body design, with three bands of galvanized steel strapped around the planter. The straps are pegged onto the barrel wall to prevent them from sliding down.

Pricing & Purchase

Item

Description

Price

        Sizes

            

QBP-26

Wine barrel wall  planter

$64.48 + shipping,

27"W x 13"D x 18"H

QBP-26L

Lacquer finished Wine barrel wall  planter.

$75.98 + shipping,

27"W x 13"D x 18"H

QBP-34

Oak wood Tall Wine barrel wall  planter

$132.69 + shipping,

27"W x 13"D x 30"H

QBP-34L

Lacquer finished Oak wood Tall Wine barrel wall  planter

$148.49 + shipping,

27"W x 13"D x 30"H

 

                             

 

 

                                                                                         
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