This ingenious plant stand creates the illusion that pots are balanced in a magical cascade! Simply bury the base of the stand in the soil of your 10" pot. Next, "thread" (through drain hole) two of your empty 6" pots, tipping one to the right and one to the left. Finish with your 4" pot and tip it to lean away from the one below.
Plant all pots with your soil and foliage; instructions are included. Stand is crafted of hotrolled steel and finished with an industrial-level powder-coat paint for weather-sturdy durability.
Please see images of our plant stand being used in creative ways. Pots not included.
Comments about Product: I had been looking for a plant stand like this for my Mom ever since I bought something similar at a garden show several years ago. She assembled it with clay pots quickly and the violas she planted in it are a cheery touch to the front yard. I like the cascading effect which also helps with watering - the top pots drain water into the next pot before being captured in the lowest. I would imagine this would work great inside, too, with decorative pots and artificial flowers. I intend to try stacking craft jack-o'lanterns on one in October.
Comments about Product: This is a very nice and unique plant stand. However, now I must find the appropriate pots. I wish I had been given the option to add them on! Don't know how it will perform yet, as we are still experiencing snow here in western PA!
Comments about Product: I saw the same concept in someone's yard and tried to figure how to do it. had already started putting holes in bottom of pots ,thinking they needed to be on the edge of the bottom. Then someone sent me Plow and Earth and ,there it was. I went crazy and immediately ordered one. Its a real looker and I couldn't be happier.
Comments about Product: This really makes people stop and take notice. It's small enough for the front porch, but very dramatic. Totally easy to handle, sturdy -- not worrying about breakage, the wind, etc. -- fun to put together. Can't wait to try something with it -- and the pots -- in other seasons, too.