Urban Garden Standard Planter

Mar 5, 2015

Category: Living

Fresh fruits and vegetables always sound great, but it’s only when you’re confronted by a horrendously wilted salad or a lifeless melon ball that you wish you could call your own shots on the produce front. With the Urban Garden Standard Planter, you can.

Designed for growing a wide range of fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers, this self-watering planter is tailor-made for balconies, courtyards, decks, and patios. Heck, you could probably sneak one onto your neighbor’s property (behind the shed) and they wouldn’t know. The integrated self-watering system means you can spend a week in Vegas and come home to fresh tomatoes, and the built-in drip tray ensures indoor or outdoor surface protection. You can also connect additional planters to expand your growing garden empire. Just give a heads-up to your neighbor. [Purchase]

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