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The clean lines of these contemporary planters contrast well against the soft contours of box balls, bamboos, phormiums, hostas and grasses. Alternatively set off their surface against the shimmering silver foliage and purple flower heads of lavender or verbena.
This page is for a rectangular planter in silver (galvanised) finish, not to be confused with the galvanised square which has differing finish.
Available also as: gunmetal rectangle (click here).
How To Take Care Of Your Zinc Planter
Your Zinc planter comes packaged in a plastic bag, if you've chosen a planter without an insert we suggest that you use this bag to line your Zinc Planter to keep it at its best.
To maintain your Zinc Planter and keep it looking lovely, we suggest that occasionally you clean it down with a metal safe cloth or brush to avoid limescale build up after heavy rain.
Please note: Made from steel and electroplated with zinc galvanising.
"Great modern design made with good quality metal"
Reviewed Wednesday, 20 June 2018
"Seem to be well-made and perfectly functional."
Reviewed Tuesday, 5 September 2017
Reviewed Tuesday, 24 May 2016
"I ordered 5 planters to add to my 2 that I bought last year. Very pleased on the whole, though disappointed that one was damaged. I have hidden the dent rather than go through the effort to return."
Reviewed Thursday, 12 May 2016
Reviewed Wednesday, 3 June 2015
"Pity the inserts were out of stock. Why don't you sell these together?
Excellent product - just what we wanted and looks fabulous."
Reviewed Monday, 11 May 2015
"All very good"
Reviewed Monday, 27 April 2015
"Sides rather flimsy and shame it has been necessary to line the insides with polystyrene and waterproof sheeting. Look good though."
Reviewed Sunday, 19 April 2015
Reviewed Wednesday, 1 April 2015
"All that we wanted"
Reviewed Wednesday, 25 March 2015