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Great range of gorgeous deluxe zinc planters.
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 titanium coloured zinc galvanising, these planters come with a central drainage hole: a bung is supplied, but we can’t guarantee that the planters will always be 100% watertight. They are lightweight and easy to move and will age outdoors over time.
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.
Available also as: gunmetal square (click here) - in three sizes, galvanised rectangle (click here), or gunmetal rectangle (click here).
"Perfect for our needs. Just what we wanted"
Reviewed Wednesday, 29 August 2018
"Great product but the lip means you can't get plants out. I had to destroy the planter to get my bamboo out."
Reviewed Saturday, 14 July 2018
"Great service, thank you."
Reviewed Monday, 9 July 2018
"As always it is a great product"
Reviewed Sunday, 1 July 2018
"Excellent product ideal for purpose"
Reviewed Wednesday, 13 June 2018
"J'adore ce pot! Mais encore une fois, c'est la livraison qui ne va pas."
Reviewed Monday, 7 May 2018
"Just as described. Look good and interesting to see how long they last outside."
Reviewed Thursday, 23 March 2017
"It is the right size and good quality too"
Reviewed Wednesday, 27 July 2016
Reviewed Sunday, 10 July 2016
Reviewed Tuesday, 29 March 2016