Delighted with Zinc Galvanised Silver Cube Flower Pot. Looks just lovely in garden. Thank you.
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 shiny surface against the shimmering silver foliage and purple flowerheads of lavender or verbena.
Made from steel, electroplated with zinc galvanising. The planters come with a central drainage hole: a bung is supplied, but we cant guarantee that the planters will always be 100% watertight.
They are lightweight and easy to move and will age outdoors over time.
Please Note: dimensions given for the 30cm and 40cm planters are approximate. If you require an exact size, please call us and we will measure them prior to dispatch.
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Thanks to Mr G for this great photo of the X-large size planter in his garden. We love how the planters have been integrated into the wall, what a great idea!
Thanks to Andy B from Berkshire for these great photos of the large sized planters in his garden.
"Great products, great service, great value ??????????"
Reviewed Thursday, 1 February 2018
"I paid for my goods in November, they were not delivered until last week (w/e 6th Jan) although my money was taken immediately. The goods are as I expected & are great."
Reviewed Thursday, 11 January 2018
"I did not purchase a Lacewing greenhouse, I bought two zinc planters."
Reviewed Sunday, 16 July 2017
"Well packaged - Excellent Product - Great Customer Service"
Reviewed Monday, 10 July 2017
"Packed very well I love the silver cube containers they make the outside of the house contemporary"
Reviewed Friday, 17 February 2017
"Love these - got them to match bigger ones I have. Liked the reduced price for buying two."
Reviewed Thursday, 17 November 2016
Reviewed Thursday, 23 June 2016
"Order was delivered on time and everything dealt with efficiently."
Reviewed Sunday, 5 June 2016
Reviewed Monday, 30 May 2016
"just as described. Looks lovely."
Reviewed Tuesday, 24 May 2016