If you’re looking to transform your garden then you’ve come to the right place. Whether you’ve got green fingers are looking for some pots and planters to add the finishing touches to your garden design or you are looking for something simple that will liven up our outdoor space, we can help. We have a huge selection of garden planters sure to transform your garden.
Troughs are a great idea for filling up garden space, perhaps if you have a larger garden, but they are also a great way of creating a signature flower bed within your garden too. They are also probably the easiest to maintain as all the flowers are in one place. Large round planters and two-tier plant boxes also offer the same benefits. They have a large surface area so can fit multiple plants. Some like to use these types of planters to create a mini garden within their backyard. This is particularly a popular concept for families who want to introduce their children to gardening.
We have a large selection of individual flower pots to accommodate a wide variety of plant sizes. Our planters comes in a variety of materials – wood, metal, porcelain to accommodate for your outdoor environment. Our planters tend to be lightweight yet strong – so easier enough to carry around the garden but sturdy enough to avoid breaking when the children start playing with the ball in the garden.
We have numerous designs, some more subtle and stylish, some brighter and decorative, and some that have an antique finish – perfect for adding character to your garden. Whatever your preference you will find a varied selection to suit your tastes.
We also understand when it comes to individual planting, you may want to buy a selection of pots with the same design in a variety of sizes, so to accommodate these needs you will often find complete planter sets in our selection.
Choosing a planter
When choosing the planter, you should consider the types of plants you will be planting. If your plants grow quite tall, a plant pot with a head is probably not advised. If you opt for a smaller planter you will need to check your plant can fit inside. You should also consider the material and where your planter will sit within your outside space. If you have a small plant pot on a patio in an open area, chances are on a windy day this might blow over. On a patio, you might want to opt for a larger stone pot. You may also want to check your plant pot has drainage holes.