The simple Florence Planter is a folding three-legged stand with a modern linear profile. Ideal for windowsill, tabletop or kitchen counter, the deep cylinder can easily hold a nursery pot for a seasonal flowering accent, culinary herbs, orchid or low-light office pothos. The Florence Planter stand is made of wrought iron with a Black powder coated finish, and the planting pot is made from a wood, stone and polymer blend with the warm look of rustic Terra cotta. All of our Solaria Collection plant stands and hangers are designed for indoor and outdoor use, with materials and finishes for maximum weather resistance.
INDOOR OUTDOOR SOLARIA COLLECTION Made for container gardens on decks balconies and patios, or houseplants and tropicals in living rooms and sunrooms. Our stylish and functional Solaria Planter collection combines architectural wrought iron stands and hangers with warm terra cotta finish containers.
FOR TABLETOP OR FLOOR Ideal for windowsill, tabletop or kitchen counter, the deep cylinder of the Florence Planter can easily hold a nursery pot for a seasonal flowering accent, culinary herbs, orchid or low-light office pothos.
WROUGHT IRON STAND The simple Florence Planter is a folding three-legged stand with a modern style. Made of wrought iron with a black powder coated finish for maximum weather resistance.
TERRA COTTA FINISH POTS Made from a proprietary composite blend of wood and stone dust with a polymer base, in a warm rustic terra-cotta finish. Use with plastic pots or liners, or easily drill drainage holes for direct planting.
MINIMALIST DESIGN Simple and practical, this stand is folding, with a slim linear profile. 10" W x 9"D x 15"H, with a 8" diameter x 7"H cylindrical planting pot
Material: Polymer-wood-stone blend Use: Outdoor Finish: Terra Cotta Finish Dimensions: 9"H x 10"W x 9"D Weight: 0.9 lbs SKU #: FB-63-S Assembly: No assembly required Returns: Due to large size, this item is final sale and non-returnable, with the exception of items with defects. Warranty Term: 90 day from manufacturer's defect