FSC Pressure Treated Softwood Construction - manufactured from FSC certified timber from sustainable sources. It has been pressure treated against rot - see more details about pressure treated timber under the 'learn more' tab. You can stain or paint the potting station to match its surroundings if required.
Metal Work Top - fixed over the wooden top this metal work surface provides a long-lasting area in which to work. The surface has been zinc coated for rust resistance. Surround this top working surface are rear and side battens to help keep compost enclosed and avoid spillage.
One Higher Level Shelf - this height adjustable, narrow shelf is ideal for keeping small tools close to hand.
Five Hanging Hooks - fixed below the top shelf these metal hooks are ideal for hanging your smaller garden tools.
Two Lower Shelves - made from the same softwood as the frame. These shelves provide masses of space for seed trays and pots etc.
Width - 3ft 4˝in / 103cm
Depth - 1ft 9in / 53cm
Height at back - 5ft 4in / 162cm
This potting station is delivered for self-assembly. You will need a power drill/screwdriver (with 3mm drill bit and cross head screwdriver bit), tape measure, rubber mallet, spirit level, sharp knife and gloves during construction.
Delivery : please allow up to 10-14 days for delivery.
Delivered direct from manufacturers please allow up to 10-14 days for delivery. You will be contacted by the carrier prior to delivery to confirm details and agree a suitable delivery date. Deliveries are made on Monday-Friday only (there are no weekend deliveries). Delivery times are between 8am and 6pm, no specific time of day can be given. If you wish goods to be left whilst you are not at the property you will need to let us know when you place your order. Otherwise a signature will be required on delivery
Please Note : unfortunately this item cannot be delivered to Isle of Wight, Northern Ireland or any other Offshore Islands.
to see details for assembling this potting station.
Pressure Treated Wood means that a liquid preservative is forced into it in order to protect against deterioration due to rot or insect attack. In the treatment process finished timber is placed in a large container which is sealed and filled with the preservative solution. As the pressure in the container is increased, the preservative is forced into the timber; the excess preservative is drained from the container and recycled. The preservative makes Pressure Treated Wood suitable for long term outdoor uses where ordinary wood would soon deteriorate.