CobraCo™ 24 Inch Canterbury Adjustable Deck Railing Planter
The CobraCo™ 24 Inch Canterbury Deck Railing Planter will have you dreaming about relaxing in the English countryside! Use it to display your beautiful plants and flowers on your deck railings. Comes in a textured black finish. Flowers shown in planter are not included.
CobraCo™ patent-pending adjustable deck rail planters are quite unique! Perfect for mounting on decks – the attractive planters can be seen from both sides of the deck by sitting on top of the railing. The planters measure 24 inches long by 7 inches wide by 8 inches high. Each planter also includes mounting brackets along with one of our eco-friendly coco liners.
Place several on your deck railings to create a delightful floral retreat.
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CobraCo™ 24 Inch Canterbury Adjustable Deck Railing Planter - Specifications
Part of the Canterbury Collection
Can be used to display plants and flowers on deck railings
Textured black finish
Adjustable brackets for easy mounting
What's in the Box:
1 deck railing planter
1 coco liner
Dimensions: 24"L x 7"W x 8"D
Adjustable brackets fit on railings 3"–6" wide
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The planter looks great, even before you put plants in it! Attachment to the railing is a snap & does require any tools.
Amazon ReviewApril 24, 2013
I bought 3 of these to put on my deck rail and they look great! The construction is also sturdy. Great buy!!!
Amazon ReviewOctober 04, 2013
I would have given this five stars, but they are smaller than they looked online (my fault, of course, since they give you the dimensions). Also, this sits on top of the railing; it doesn't hang over the railing, which is not a problem for us, but that's what we were expecting (again, our fault).