NEXT WORKING DAY DELIVERY (if ordered by 2pm Mon & Tue and by 3pm Wed- Fri).
Zinc galvanised metal planters: a new shape for this season, great for framing a doorway or making a statement on the patio. The dark metal blends well with foliage, slate and stone and looks stunning set off against box balls, vibrant flowers and white-washed walls.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. They are supplied with drainage plugs. They will age outdoors over time.
This stunning black planter features an embossed Primrose logo on one side, the perfect finishing touch and a unique design feature, whilst being an authentic stamp of Primrose quality.
Thanks to Ms D for this photo of the planters next to her door.
"The pots are good quality but a litt too small"
Reviewed Wednesday, 25 March 2015
"they look great - will see how they fare outside in the uk weather!"
Reviewed Saturday, 20 December 2014
"Quality pots and excellent value for two."
Reviewed Tuesday, 21 October 2014
"Perfect for what I wanted them for.strong but Very light so need to put bricks in the bottom to stop being blown over in strong winds."
"Out of 6 of the items, there was 1 which appears to be weak and is possibly leaking. As I have already potted the plant, I am simply attempting to ensure that this is not overwatered and to find a matching tray to ensure that any drips are caught."
Reviewed Sunday, 28 September 2014
"Weren't sure when that arrived, they seemed thin and cheap, but now there pottered up They look great, hope they last"
Reviewed Thursday, 5 June 2014
"Just what we wanted"
Reviewed Monday, 21 April 2014
"Great value for the money great service"
Reviewed Thursday, 10 April 2014
"Beautiful and excellent value for money. They look extremely elegant and give just the right look for the patio and either side of the front door."
"very quick delivery"
Reviewed Monday, 31 March 2014