Wooden Cart Dispaly                                            Gardeners' Corner   Kids' Garden   Sustainable Garden    Cart

Innovate to Conserve Natural Resources                                                                     MGP Inc  1-800-574-7248
 Home | Achitecture & Display Fixture | Lanscape Design | Seating Design | Picture Gallery | Search | Contact Us










Products Know How, Installation, & Cares

Frequently asked Q&A


Order, Shipping & Payment Policy

Official PayPal Seal

Tiered Display Stand
Wooden Cart Dispaly
Wagon Display
Wine Barrel Display








Our wheelbarrow planter cart is built with white cedar wood and can be used either indoors or outdoors. It is designed with a shelf rack for general display and the seven spoke wheels are made of solid cedar wood,  secured  to the wagon with a bolt and nut through the planter for easy wheeling. The size of the wheel is 16" in diameter and 2" thick. Use our wheelbarrow planter  for planting during the spring or for ornamental purposes in your garden.

The overall dimension of the cart is 51"L x 18"W x 48"H, the inside dimension of the cart is 37"L x 16"W, the second shelf with rim is 36" high, the top is at 48"H,  and the shelf is 11"W x 39"L.

Key Features

  • Great decorative display for your flowers and plants.

  • Working wheel with true spokes to enable easy movement of the wagon.

  • The cart is glued and nailed to add strength and to  increase the weight holding capacity.

  • The turning spoke wheel is made of solid cedar wood 2" thick, bolts and nuts are attached to the wheels through the cart.

  • Coat of sealer for outdoor and indoor protection.

Pricing & Purchase







Cart display

$148.70+ shipping

18"W x 48"H x 51"L

out of stock


Two tiers shelving for wheelbarrow wagon  display, clear acrylic finish

$34.26+ shipping

11"W  x 39"L

out of stock




Our private policy for your protection           

Copyright 2001. Master Garden Products. All Rights Reserved.
Send mail to webmaster@mastergardenproducts.com with questions or comments about this web site.
Last modified: January 22, 2015