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Apollo Adjustable Railing Planter - 32 Inches, Terra Cotta

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Apollo Adjustable Railing Planter - 32 Inches, Terra Cotta

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Adjustable rail planters can be placed just about anywhere. Beautify your decks, fences, railings, and sign post with these ingenious adjustable railing planters. Lock the support arm to the desired width, hang and you're done! No tools, mounting hardware or drilling required. Center support arm adjusts to varying widths from 1-inch up to 5-inches wide, allowing you to use it on an assortment of railings and fences. Hidden lower brackets keep the planter secure and level. The 3/4-inch reservoir holds excess water to reduce watering. Includes soil tray.

Apollo Adjustable Railing Planter - 32 Inches, Terra Cotta

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