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80 Inch Expandable Euro Classic Hayrack Planter & Coco Fiber Liner Set


80 Inch Expandable Euro Classic Hayrack Planter & Coco Fiber Liner Set
Item Number: KC26SET
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Made from hand-welded steel and thickly dipped in black plastic for permanent corrosion protection

For any expanse of wall, railing or window over 6 ft. long, this is the solution. Two halves combined with any number of center sections will match the scale of big windows and buildings. The results outshine any window box or container because these are the deepest, most substantial wall planters available. Molded coco fiber liners are included.

They are ideal for large scale projects that would tend to dwarf other planters. The amount of planting material these Hayracks can handle is amazing. With a minimum of care and feeding your plants will grow magnificently.

These impressive hayracks are large and heavy. For safety reasons, they should be installed onto buildings by a professional.

80" Sectional Hayrack, in two 40" halves-80" long x 14" wide x 14" deep
80 inch sectional hayrack
To expand this sectional hayrack, simply add the 40" middle section (item# KC26EX) to make it a spectacular 120" long.

We recommend using the following liner: MLTC26. Coco-Fiber Bulk Roll can also be cut to fit these sectional hayracks. For a decorative, finished effect trim the front rail with Floral Sheet Moss, Oregon Green Moss, or New Zealand Sphagnum Moss.


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We love them! 9/30/2020
After an anniversary trip to Vermont last year where we saw so many window boxes, we toyed with the idea of adding some to out house. We didn't want anything too ornate or anything that would clash with the rest of the house. We ended up going with these expandable hayracks. They are substantial and look great on the house. My husband and I installed them ourselves and love the addition. We are especially looking forward to next spring when we can plant trailing plants in them.
- Jeana Ball, TN