30" Charleston Wall Trough with Coconut Liner


30" Charleston Wall Trough with Coconut Liner

Product description

Charm and Elegance: The charm and elegance of historic Charleston are recalled with the Charleston Wall Trough / Window Box.

Flat Black Powder Coated Round Bar Construction: The Charleston Wall Trough takes the adaptation of the classic window box one step further. By implementing an elegant round bar construction and combining it with a flat black powder-coated finish we have created a style that is steeped in the tradition of the south.

Deeper and Larger: These Charleston models are deeper and larger than standard window boxes in order to retain moisture longer. The Charleston Wall Troughs are 9.5" wide and 10" deep and come complete with a natural preformed coconut liner.

Durable and Easily Mounted: Transform your home with these ideal window boxes. Unlike wooden ones that can warp, crack, and peel, these simple but elegant hay racks will serve you for many beautiful years. Fastener holes are in the back of the frame for secure mounting to any flat surface- windows, walls, or fences.

Preformed Coconut Liner: The preformed coconut liner keeps it neat and tidy inside and connects it to nature outside. These coco liners create a down-to-earth feel and enhance the planters' connection with nature. They keep the aesthetic design of the planters from being spoiled by unsightly roots and dirt but still produce the effect of a natural growing environment.

Product Features
Fastener holes are in the back of the frame for easy mounting
Elegant round bar construction
Flat Black powder-coated finish for durability
Complete with all-natural, pre-formed coco liner
Excellent for home or business
Included Mounting Hardware

Special Note: The included pictures are representative of the construction and finish of this item; they are not necessarily representative of the correct size.

Keep in mind that Coco Liners consist of dried coconut fibers that are woven together. To obtain a proper fit for your unit, place the liner into your wall trough or window box, wet the liner so the fibers will begin to relax, and start adding your soil. This will supply moisture to the fibers allowing them to expand for a custom fit.