Attention potting aficionados: the Belham Living Harvest Acacia Wood Potting Cart is the “Where have you been all my life?” gardening accessory for the ambitious gardener. This all-in-one bench is constructed from beautiful acacia wood and features a natural, outdoor-ready finish that lets its natural charm shine through. Its classic slat design paired with stainless steel hardware makes for a timeless and long-lasting garden accessory.
This bench includes a convenient steel tray perfect for catching dirt, a quick rinse, or simply to collect debris. An open top shelf, elevated bottom shelf, and centrally located drawer give you space to keep your workstation organized. The working table surface gives you enough space to spread out, and six adjustable hooks above are great for hanging hand tools. An additional four hooks are located on the side. Wheels on the left side make moving this bench a breeze, so you're able to transport it around right where you need it most. Two pre-drilled drainage holes on the surface keep your station dry without messy puddles. Enjoy your new ultra-gardening workstation and get those pots ready for some ambitious green-thumbing!
About Belham Living
Belham Living builds catalog-quality furniture in traditional styles at a price that actually makes sense. By listening to our customers and working closely with great manufacturers, we build beautiful pieces worthy of your home. Rich wood finishes, attention to detail, and stylish lines that tie everything together are some of the hallmarks of a Belham Living piece. From the living room or bedroom, through the kitchen, and out onto the deck, there's something from an incredible Belham collection perfect for your style.
Wooden Outdoor Furniture Care and Maintenance
The finish on wood outdoor furniture when exposed to an environment with substantial temperature changes (moisture, sun, and salt air) can change over time. It is not uncommon and users should expect some swelling, discoloration, or possible surface cracks due to the outside exposure and changes in the weather. These are considered natural occurrences of wood and should not be considered as a product defect. To prolong the life of your item you should consider placing under a covered area.