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Single Planter or part of the Sectional Planter Bench

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This 22" Cube Planter can be purchased separately or used to make a sectional planter bench. Buy 1 bench seat and 2 planters, or get creative and buy 3 planters and 2 bench seats (like the image shown). Designed like our Cambridge style bench with 2x4's and smaller 2x2's in the center.

These streetscape planters are designed to be used with purchased plants right in their pots. Just place the planter where you want it and place your potted plant right inside of it.

Sectional Seat sold separately. (ASM-PB6F-01)

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The 22" Cube Planter by Polly Products provides a lovely addition to your street scape or garden area. The design is in the style of our Cambridge bench and will add ambiance to any location.

Buy a single planter or customize one by adding a seat and additional planter to create a long bench seat along a garden wall. Add another seat & planter for a corner seating arrangement. The seats and planter come in a wide range of colors for designing your own unique look.

The creative sectional design can help define the borders of outdoor rooms with a clean, angular sensibility. On the bench seat, the linear slats quickly disperse rain water for a dry, comfortable seat. The planters allow for the addition of flora to brighten your deck or garden area.

If you are tired of replacing expensive site furnishings year after year, consider these durable products manufactured from 100% recycled plastic. These benches and planters will last a lifetime and are practically maintenance free with no need to stain or paint them. You don not even have to bring them inside for the winter!

Product Sku: ASM-PB22-01

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