Our Prospect is an earthenware cylinder planter that does not have a drainage hole. The Prospect is named after Prospect Park, the second largest public park in Brooklyn, New York, created in 1867 and designed by the same landscape architects as Central Park – Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux. We recommend lining the bottom of this planter with lava rocks to create drainage before potting.
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