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Vegtrug Wall Hugger Trough Planter
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In a nutshell....
The wall hugger trough planter is a raised vegetable planter from Vegtrug, it is designed to fit snugly against a wall or fence. It is available in 2 sizes 1m long, and 1.8m long, see below for more details.

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Raised Vegetable Wall Planter

The wall hugger is different from regular vegtrug trough planters as it has one flat side and can be placed flat up against a wall or fence for vertical growing. The wall hugger is ideal for narrow spaces and can be placed anywhere from the polytunnel or greenhouse, to a balcony, patio, or by the back door. The Vegtrug range are easy access and are the perfect height for wheelchair users. The unique V shape allows for deep rooted crops like carrots and parsnips.

The feet of this vegtrug have protective covers to prevent the timber from soaking up water and potentially splitting. A pre-formed and fitted liner is included and can be replaced at a later date if need be. The height of the planter keeps your produce away from slugs and snails and animals. The Vegtrug wall hugger planter is easy to assemble and comes in a neat flat pack kit with full assembly instructions.

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We Stock the vegtrug wall hugger in 2 sizes; 1 metre long, or 1.8m long Please choose using the 'Size' Tab above.

Dimensions:
Small (1m): 100cm L x 80cm H x 46cm W
Medium (1.8m): 180cm L x 80cm H x 46cm W
Capacity:

1m takes 170 ltr of soil/compost
1.8m takes 310 ltr of soil or compost

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PhyllisGaffney
August 12th, 2016
Relatively easy to assemble. I like the look of the timber, and the shape of the trug. Placed it in a good sheltered sunny spot (against a south-facing stone wall). USE: a bit of a learning curve or experiment this year. Not sure if I have been using the space to its advantage, as probably overcrowded it with too many types of plant (mangetout, beans, spinach, lettuce, courgettes, strawberries, parsley, mint...). Find, for example, courgette leaves are shading cherry tomatoes too much. (Should have gone for climbing variety of tomato.) One unexpected negative: the level of insect life (that I thought I would be avoiding in a raised bed). WOULD really APPRECIATE more video material on successful use of these things. Better to grow just one or two or three plants in abundance? Also would like to know: for a winter spinach crop (say) should one change the soil?
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