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Amazon Basics Recycled Wood Rectangular Garden Planter, Brown, 37 x 13 x 15 Inch (LxWxH)

(10 customer reviews)


Color Brown
Style Recycled Wood
Planter Form Box
Shape Rectangular
Indoor/Outdoor Usage Outdoor

  • Garden planter for adding a touch of nature to outdoor living spaces; suitable for plants, flowers, herbs, and more
  • Includes a rectangular garden planter made of recycled pine pallets
  • Black powder-coated steel legs and frame provide rugged, weather-resistant strength
  • Removable plastic liner for easy planting and tidy containment; Velcro provides secure placement
  • Note: follow the steps in the instructions carefully for proper assembly
  • Product dimensions: 12.6 x 37 x 15.4 inches (LxWxH)

Product Description

Amazon Basics Recycled Wood Rectangular Garden Planter – 37” x 13” x 15”

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Amazon Basics

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Weight 21 lbs
Dimensions 12.6 × 37.01 × 15.35 in



Recycled Wood

Planter Form




Indoor/Outdoor Usage


Mounting Type

Floor Standing

Plant or Animal Product Type
Product Dimensions ‏

12.6"D x 37.01"W x 15.35"H


Amazon Basics


117.3 Liters

Number of Pieces




Assembly Required


Included Components


Finish Type


Item Weight

21 Pounds



Country of origin ‏


Item model number ‏

11973Lu MO

Manufacturer ‏

‎ Amazon Basics, Amazon

10 reviews for Amazon Basics Recycled Wood Rectangular Garden Planter, Brown, 37 x 13 x 15 Inch (LxWxH)

  1. Tammy Everette

    It is a little difficult to put together. I think the mistake I made was when you put the wood in the black brackets don’t push the wood all the way inside to the end of bracket it will make it crooked. My husband also had to trim some of the wood off of the bottom piece of wood but he might not would have had to if I hadn’t pushed and screwed the wood all the way into the bracket. I’m not sure

  2. Prizdee

    The recycled wood is not perfect but it definitely works and gives it character! Looks and fits great on my condo size balcony and love that have access to fresh herbs!

  3. Jay El Gee

    Like most things manufactured today, these planters are made as cheaply as possible. The wood is of good quality but held together with finish nails, which won’t last more than one summer, as many reviewers found out the hard way. The only thing fastened properly are the slats that hold the bottom in place.So I took it upon myself to make this extra sturdy. As you can see I made extra support boards for each section, 7 in total. These boards were glued and screws into place then the extra bit of screw poking out was ground down. Next I added two layers of wood stain. Then I drilled into the metal stands to add 3 extra screws to hold the corners in place. Finally I drilled and screwed 4 more screws though the side, into the support slats underneath to fortify the bottom. Last but not least I added caster wheels as one reviewer recommended.All and all, these upgraded planters should last a long time and worth the effort and extra few hours to perform. Hope these helps those who wish to keep these for more then a couple of summers.

  4. Taylor Young

    Overall, this planter isn’t terrible. You need to assemble it, which was pretty straightforward. It’s fairly small, but worked for what we needed it for.However, it’s not worth the price. I paid ~$70 for it a couple months back and at the time felt I was paying too much. The wood is pretty cheap and not uniform (which was fine since it’s advertised as recycled wood). I don’t anticipate this lasting very long, so the fact they bumped up the price to $116 is outrageous. I was looking to purchase another as I wanted to have one on either side of my sliding door to be symmetrical, but after seeing the price I will be going with something else. If it goes back down in price, I say it is possibly worth purchasing, but at this price, absolutely not.

  5. Amazon Customer

    Took a chance on this one – wasn’t sure how sturdy it was going to be. Excellent product, it looks fantastic, and fits perfectly on our back patio. Can’t wait to get stuff planted in it.

  6. John Presta

    Good looking and pretty solid however some of the pre drilled holes were hard for me to get to.

  7. Amazon Customer

    Simply put, this is the barebones minimal a planter can probably be. Wood basically feels like Styrofoam. Screwing in the right angled screws is mostly impossible. But the liner helps make this usable- otherwise it would definitely rot through in a few months.Im personally going to seal the outside of the “wood” to try and make this last longer than a year. This works if you’re on a budget and dont mind it breaking down in a short while.

  8. AMMCD

    These look ok once I finished putting them together. It’s frustrating that some wood pieces are not the same size and wouldn’t fit in the metal leg brackets. I had to bend the metal to get them to fit. It would’ve been too much of a hassle to return, so I just made it work. I don’t know how long we will last since I just finished putting them together.

  9. J.Madd

    Easy to assemble

  10. TheHeidikins

    Looks cute, but not going to hold up
    Like other reviewsa state, the bottom piece was too large and had to be cut. The wood is also pretty warped and cracks easily, so I do not expect this to hold up for long. Overpriced for what it is.

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