"LOVE these. And I never provide customer feedback. So much better than what's available at the local garden store--I'd call yours "heirloom pieces" while the local ones are only a bit heavier than garden variety (haha) tomato baskets and wouldn't last more than a few years. Price points are comparable for both. If you could find your way into the Chicago North Shore market--even the farmers market circuit--I think you'd sell a lot. Thank you! Fran"
We were looking for a plant liner for our wrought iron product and were pleased to find the Dark Green Moisture Mat Liner that is 5' wide. Choose the amount you need and pay by the foot.
Best Water Retention
This is the BEST plant liner product on the market, it will keep your soil moist longer so you water your flowers less often. Designed to provide exceptional water retention with superior insulation. Manufactured by Braun a leader in Horticulture Products.
The picture shows one of A Rustic Garden's wrought iron window boxes that I lined with the moisture mat product. Here I used a 2' x 4' section.
I was very happy to find this excellent container liner for my wrought iron products. I imagine this strong liner will last for several years which will save you on your liner replacement costs. I am adding lots of pictures that show me working with this liner. We suggest that you do a final trim after you have added your soil.
You can improve your container gardening by cutting a small amount and placing it in the bottom of your clay or ceramic planters and pots. This liner is slow to absorb water so when you water your plants moisture stays near the roots longer. When it does soak up the water the excess will drain away. Perfect balance of water and oxygen for your flowers, herbs and vines.
We ship to the lower 48 U.S. for free on orders over $40.00.
Smaller items can be packaged and ship through FedEx Ground and will deliver to your front door without a signature required.
Larger, heavier items need to ship through a freight company and will deliver by a large tractor trailer. They usually park on the street and offer curb deliveries only. Normally they have a lift gate to drop the order to the ground and move it to the side.
Business Deliveries - To be classed as a business you need to keep hours and be located in a business district. They will not call for an appointment so someone needs to be there during business hours to sign for it or there will be re-delivery fees.
Residential - The trucks deliver right to your home. The shipper will call you to give you a window of time when the truck will arrive. An adult needs to be home to inspect and sign for the shipment. If for some reason, you are not there, re-delivery fees will apply. If you need an additional handling service added to your delivery, these service fees will also be applied.