Garden Artisans

Esin Terraced Self-Watering Aluminum Planter Pewter Finish

$653.00
$653.00

Introducing Esin Self-Watering Planters from Garden Artisans, the perfect solution for hassle-free plant care. These innovative planters incorporate a self-watering system that takes the guesswork out of watering, ensuring your plants receive the optimal amount of hydration for healthy and thriving growth.


Esin Self-Watering Planters are designed with the needs of both plants and gardeners in mind. The self-watering system consists of a reservoir at the bottom of the planter, which holds water and delivers it directly to the plant's roots as needed. This helps to prevent overwatering or underwatering, two common challenges that can hinder the health and vitality of your plants.

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2621035,2-PW
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    Description

    Esin Self-Watering Planters: Effortless Plant Care for Everyone

    The Esin Planter makes watering one less thing to worry about with its own self-wicking watering system. Our exclusive design crafted in sturdy aluminum with a pewter finish, the bottom is notched to accommodate railings 6” or 7-3/4” wide, but it looks just as beautiful right on the deck or porch. 

    • The 34” length and 14” width provides plenty of planting space for flowers, foliage, or vegetables
    Aluminum is a durable metal that will not rust but does require occasionally cleaning to ensure the longest life of the powder coat finish.  Anything left out in the weather will change over time.  Maintaining the good looks of your powder coated planters is just like caring for your car – and is a smart way to protect your investment. Over time, with exposure to the elements, powder coatings may show signs of weathering such as loss of gloss, chalking and slight color change. A simple regular cleaning will minimize the effects of weathering and will remove dirt, grime and other build-up detrimental to all powder coatings.  Use water and a mild soap with a soft brush or sponge to clean your planters.  Strong solvents, abrasive cleaners, hard pads and brushes can cause film damage and discoloration.  Be sure to rinse your planter thoroughly after cleaning.

    May be special ordered in solid copper if desired.