The above and below photos show the inside and outside
of the drip tray. The inside bottom of the tray is concaved with ridges for placing a pot inside the tray, if desired. The
outside of the tray has a broken elevated ring (1/4 in) around the bottom to allow for cleaning under the tray when hosing
off, as well as allowing the underside to dry and not cause mold to form.
Below ... When
a patio surface is slanted a degree or two downward, consider placing the drain spout to the down side in order to have the
drip water flow to the lower side of the drip tray. Using an elbow, as shown below, will direct the drip water off the patio
Using the expansion
joint in concrete to channel out the excess drip water is a perfect way to exit the water to the edge of the patio. When pots
are used on a wood deck, placing the drain spout at the opening between the wood will allow the drip water drop through.