Hampshire Lead Lite® Large Window Box Planter - Set of 3

Product Description

Hampshire Lead Lite® Window Box Planter Specifications:

  • Sold as Set of 3
  • Large Dimensions: 39.5"L x 17.75"W x 17"H - Weight: 25 lbs.
  • Medium Dimensions: 31.5"L x 15"W x 14.25"H - Weight: 18 lbs.
  • Small Dimensions: 23.75"L x 10.75"W x 10"H - Weight: 10 lbs.
  • Finish/Color:  Lead Lite®

    Enhance the natural beauty of your garden with this Hampshire Lead Lite® Large Window Box Planter - Set of 3. Made out of fiber clay, this piece boasts of a simple rectangular design with notched interior borders and a fetching finish. Its defined contour and neutral finish makes it contrast beautifully with the vibrant hues of the foliage in your garden making it a picture perfect focal piece.

    Always place any Campania product on a solid level surface and not directly on grass, soil, or an uneven surface. Proper winter care is recommended for all Campania Lite® planters for protection in environments with potential freeze-thaw cycles. If a planter is to be left planted over the winter, ensure proper drainage by 1.) Placing a layer of coarse gravel or other appropriate drainage material in the bottom of the container, and 2.) Making sure the drainage holes are not blocked. If the planter remains in contact with the ground surface over the winter, the freeze-thaw cycles may cause the planter to crack. 

    Hampshire Lead Lite® Large Window Box Planter Features:

    • Appropriate for indoor or outside use
    • Modular shapes for custom layouts
    • Finishes are textured to provide scratch resistance
    • Made from Natural Clay, Sand, Fiberglass, Resin 
    • Replicates the look of lead, iron and concrete but is up to eighty percent lighter than traditional materials
    • Produced by a patented process
    • Durable, non-flammable, and eco-friendly
    • Frost and U.V. Resistant***
    • Naturally retained salts will ensure natural aging
    • Made in the USA

    ***While they are considered frost-resistant, these lightweight containers should be brought in during the winter and stored in a covered, frost-free location away from the elements.