|Product Type: Pot||Material: Plastic|
|Color: Gray||Number of Items Included: 1|
|Shape: Circle||Drainage Holes: Yes|
|Crack Proof: Yes||Liner: No|
|Mounting Brackets Included: No||Handles: No|
|Illuminated: No||Indoor Use: No|
|Country of Manufacture: China|
|Product Warranty: 10 Years|
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Lyndsay from Ankeny, IA– Verified Buyer
This product has done just what I wanted it to. It keeps my hose tangle free while looking great on my front porch. Instead of a pile of green, I now have a very attractive stone looking pot that fits right in with my house. I love how it looks so real, yet, it is lightweight plastic that I can easily move around. The only reason I didn't give it 4 stars is because it doesn't have a hole to drain the water that gets trapped in the pot. Since it is so lightweight I easily dump it when I need to, but it would be nice if it did it on its own!
Garden Hose Container
Dorothy from Mansfield, MA– Verified Buyer
I bought the gray so that it would blend in with the color of the house. I loved it so much for the front hose I bought another for the back yard. It's large so that it accomodates my extra long hoses (75 feet each). Go ahead and buy it, you'll be glad you did.
faux granite garden hose pot
KT from Plumas Lake, CA– Verified Buyer
Overall very happy with the way this looksquality of the piece. Using as a hose pot, not a planter, so I drilled several holes in the bottom for drainage. Priced a bit high, I think.
Great - just as described
Rhea from The Villages, FL– Verified Buyer
Fits just what we needed it for to store 120 ft of garden hose.
William from Santa Barbara, CA– Verified Buyer
I bought 2 of these hose pots to hold hoses that were just laying on the ground. They look nice and hold the 100 foot hoses without kinking.
Virgil from Philadelphia, PA– Verified Buyer– Top 1000 Reviewer
Have ordered these before - they are practical and keep the hose organized and easy to access.
Great idea but with one problem.
dave from Fallbrook, CA– Verified Buyer
This is a great idea, hiding the hose and keeping it coiled in a faux stone pot, BUT there is no lid so any rainwater, leaves or mower particles go right into the pot, and there are no drain holes. I spoke to a helpful sales assistant who investigated lids and she came up with nothing she even contacted the company who makes this to request that they sell it with a lid. So...great product, almost. Just not fully realized yet.