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American Essence Dallas Tall Square Planter

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  • 100% Recyclable
  • Made in the USA
  • Lightweight & Durable
  • Adaptable tall square planter pot
  • Indoor Planter Only

Dallas Tall Square Planter Pot

The Dallas Planter offers an interesting mix of shapes, with its distinctive rounded square shape sloping down into a round base. With five sizes to choose from, the Dallas Planter gives you many options for your home decorating projects, no matter the size.

The smallest square indoor planter, which measures 7.5" x 7", can be used in your powder room as a countertop display for a stunning orchid. The largest Dallas Planter is 36 inches tall. As a duo, these square resin planters can provide a stunning display for your entry when paired with massive tropical plants.

Further customize the planters in your choice of colors, including Bronze, Espresso Metallic, Silver Metallic, Black, White, Charcoal Metallic, and Mocha Metallic.

DIMENSIONS

Dallas 7.5"
7.5" L x 7.5" W x 7" H 
Inside: 7.25" L x 7.25" W
Grow Pot Size (max): 6"
EP-AEDAL-7
Dallas 11.5"
11.5" L x 11.5" W x 20" H
Inside: 11.25" L x 11.25" W
Grow Pot Size (max): 10"
EP-AEDAL-11
Dallas 15.5"
15.5" L x 15.5" W x 20" H
Inside: 15.25" L x 15.25" W
Grow Pot Size (max): 14"
EP-AEDAL-15
Dallas 16"
16" L x 16" W x 36" H
Inside: 13.5" L x 13.5" W
Grow Pot Size (max): 12"
EP-AEDAL-16
 

Five of the Easiest Herbs to Grow Indoors

Claire A, ePlanters Blog Contributor

Though it’s not always possible for every meal to be made with fresh ingredients, a dash of home-grown herbs can elevate a dish’s taste immensely. An indoor herb garden offers the convenience of enhancing your recipes straight from the kitchen counter or windowsill. So, if you want to infuse fresh flavor into your cooking, here are five herbs perfect for growing indoors.

BASIL
 
Basil, a key ingredient for salads, sandwiches, sauces, and dishes featuring tomatoes, can be ready for harvest in as little as 3-4 weeks under optimal conditions. This herb thrives on sunshine, so place your indoor planter where it can bask in at least 6 hours of sunlight daily. As basil grows, prune early and often because the leaves won’t be as flavorful if the plant starts to flower. Maintaining moist, well-drained soil with an occasional dose of organic fertilizer will bear lush, flavorful growth.
 
CILANTRO
 
Cilantro, a staple herb in many culinary creations and a widely divisive ingredient, enhances an array of dishes with its unique flavor. This sun-loving, fast-growing herb is relatively forgiving and easy for beginners. For optimal growth, ensure it receives at least 6 hours of sunlight daily and choose well-draining soil since excessive moisture can lead to root rot. To further support its growth, add organic matter to the soil and water regularly, taking care not to overdo it.
 
PARSLEY
 
Lacy parsley leaves not only enhance your home with texture but also enrich your dishes with extra flavor. While parsley may not grow as quickly as some herbs, it’s fairly easy to care for. Place your parsley in a spot that receives ample sunlight, ideally between 5-8 hours daily. Space plants sufficiently to give them room to grow, and for the most flavorful leaves, harvest the parsley before it begins to flower. Regularly trimming the leaves can also encourage bushier growth and prolong the harvesting period.
 
CHIVES
 
The subtle onion flavor of chives brings a fresh twist to any dish. Thriving in lower light settings and cooler temperatures, chives are perfect for winter cultivation. Choose a well-draining potting mix and water when the soil is dry to the touch. For a steady supply of chives, trim the tops when harvesting to encourage fuller growth.
 
ROSEMARY
 
With its light flavor, rosemary perfectly complements meals without being too overpowering. Suited for bright, sunny areas and resilient in dry conditions, it’s a great pick for those looking to start an indoor herb garden. Use planters with drainage holes and well-draining soil to avoid soggy roots. Regular pruning can help rosemary grow thick and lush, preventing the plant from becoming leggy and sparse.
 
Why not embrace the thrill of growing your own herbs and revel in the fun of using them in your kitchen creations? Growing herbs indoors is an easy, fulfilling experience that instantly elevates your meals with the zest of garden-fresh flavors, no matter if you’re a novice or a green thumb. There’s a certain magic when garnishing your dishes with herbs you’ve tenderly grown yourself—it turns each meal into an act of love and creativity.

 

Read more about Indoor Plants on the official ePlanters Blog!

Return Policy

If an item isn’t the perfect match, you can return it for a refund to your original payment method within 30 days of delivery in the original condition and packaging.

Please note that a 30% restocking fee will be deducted from the refunded amount. We do not cover return shipping or provide a shipping label for your return.

We cannot accept returns for the following:

Clearance items (unless damaged or defective)
Custom products
Items marked as "Painted to Order” on the product page
Planters that have been installed or planted in
Large planters measuring 24" or larger in length, width, height, or diameter
GreenLine Aluminum planters
Planters with drilled drainage holes
 

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