Home Depot: Patio Garden Kit w/ Automatic Watering System ONLY $19.98 & More

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Turn your patio into a personal garden!

Head over to HomeDepot.com where you can score this City Pickers Patio Garden Kit in Terra Cotta for just $19.98 (regularly $30.77) with free in-store pick up if available near you.

This garden box measures 24.5″ x 20.5″ and has a self-contained watering system that automatically waters your plants and has drainage holes to help prevent over watering. The mulch cover helps prevent weed growth, and the aeration screen helps provide a sufficient amount of air to the plant roots.


In addition, you can score this Napa 12″ Tan Wash Round Rim Fiber-Clay Planter for only $9.90 (regularly $24.74). Choose free in-store pick up if available near you; otherwise, shipping is free on orders over $45.

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Comments 28

  1. lisa

    Love my city pickers. Planted strawberries in it last year and they’re still growing and have fruit already.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      How cool! Great to hear how well it has worked to grow your fruit Lisa! Thanks for sharing your experience!

  2. ashley

    Would this deal also be available in store?

    • Oatbunch

      I’m a vender for Home Depot and it’s totally in the store I work at at this price point. I bought one last week for this price.

  3. Babymair

    Ashley, is isn’t, but I showed it to the mgr at my store..He said …since it was on my ph (the same item number) he would match it .. but said I could only get 4 … I only wanted 2 .. .It never hurts to ask ..they did have to go threw a little bit of paperwork . .price override .. hth

  4. Jeni

    Ordered 2 planters, free shipping to the store. Thanks H2S!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re welcome Jeni!

  5. Dee Dee

    I love this and want to try it. Any suggestions on what to grow?

    • Wendy

      Last year I planted 3 city pickers with a variety of peppers, eggplant (patio/container size), and cherry tomatoes. I love these containers and the convenience of them being on the deck.

      • Christy

        Last year I grew cucumbers, tomatoes, lettuce and strawberries in mine. The cucumbers and lettuce were growing like crazy despite me not putting the lime and extra fertilizer in. I bought a second box this year because the strawberries have come back( and taken over) and I wanted some room to expand. This year I added a bunch of started Bonnie plants when they were 4 for $12 including lavender, stevia and basil. My Home Depot seems to carry this product for the “sale” price all year round.

  6. C

    I got two last year, they’re great gifts and my husband and dad loved!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Happy to hear how much they enjoyed them! Thanks for the feedback!

  7. Robyn

    Also found it at lowes! Free shipping with a mylowes membership, plus 5% discount if you use your lowes card 🙂

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thanks for the heads up Robyn!

  8. Laura

    Thank you! Just about three!!!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      YW!

  9. Mona

    I have this. I’m not much of a gardener but was able to successfully plant tomatoes and herbs in this last year. Recommend it for those who want to garden but don’t want it to be hard work.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thanks for the great review Mona! Good to know!

  10. Allison

    I bought 2 of these last year and bought 2 more this year. I absolutely love them. It is nice they are on casters so they can be easily moved. I got them for $19.98 in store last week with no need to get a price override. Highly recommend for container gardening.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thanks for sharing your experience Allison!

  11. Missy

    I purchased this last year but didn’t have much success with it. I’ll have to pull it back out and figure out what I did wrong

    • a. rich

      Missy, according to the directions you have to add lime did you add that?

      • Missy

        No, maybe that’s my problem. I’ll try agin this year

        • Chris

          Make sure you put half dirt, layer of lime, other half of dirt and then put the plant food in a trough in the middle, we’ve used these for about 4 years and have has great success each year with tomatoes, peppers and many herbs!

          • Lisa

            Do you have to dump it out and relayed everything the next year?

  12. Kathryn K

    I purchased in store. It rang up 19.98. Used old gift card I had.

  13. Susie

    Bought one last year and did really well with cherry tomatoes and basil. Bought another one this winter..should have waited : )

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