This special combination saves you $10 off the regular retail price!

Pamela Crawford Flower Tower

Item Number: ZFT16
$61.45
This special combination saves you $10 off the regular retail price!
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Create this Pamela Crawford Quick & Easy Flower Tower using the 14" and 16" Single Tier Basic Basket Planters. Set includes wire baskets and liners.


What Size Plants:
Use plants with a 3" to 4.5" root ball for the sides and top edge.
Use plants with a 3" to 6" root ball for the centerpiece on the top.

What Kind of Plants:
We have tested about 10,000 plants so far in Most annuals, perennials, herbs, and vegetables do beautifully.
Upright plants, like geraniums, salvia, and pentas, look best for the centerpieces.
Plants with a trailing or mounding habit, like creeping Jenny, lettuce, begonias, and coleus, look best in the side holes and along the top edge.
Avoid vinca, marigolds, and unbranded petunias (the ones that just say 'Petunia' on the label) for the side holes.

How Many Plants:
40 plants for the side holes and top edge. Many gardeners prefer using 6-packs or 18-packs because they are much cheaper than single pots.
12 plants for the top edge
1 to 3 plants for the top centerpiece.
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Pamala Crawfords baskets
Aug 10, 2013  |  By Carolyn Pearce
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I have used lots of these baskets over the past few years and they always work to help beautify my garden and my yard. I ordered the flower-towers for use around the swimming pool next spring. I know they will be beautiful!!


Very Nice!
May 6, 2015  |  By Dolores
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Quick shipping. I am really excited about this. Easy to use and offers a wide selection of uses for all seasons! Never thought to plant for winter but thanks to this I can!


Flower Tower
Jun 3, 2015  |  By Flower tower
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This was easy to put up. Now I just have to let time happen before the new plants make a show.

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