Indulge your garden with some vintage chic, thanks to our Aged Zinc Trough Planter. Available in two different sizes as a set of two, these weathered items will add a country feel to your home or garden.
Made of stunning weathered zinc, this planter will continue to develop the aged look if placed outside. This creates an item which is unique to you, and reflects the effect of the elements on your garden. Whilst the zinc is corrosion resistant, it will take on a more matte-like finish due to the weathering effect of being outside. The choice of different sizes means you decide which will work best for you, or simply buy the set and have a pair of these antique-style items as a central feature for your garden. Also able to be used inside, these planters will brighten up any space, and add a touch of country-style magnificence to your life.
"I love the finish of this zinc planters. They look gorgeous planted up with herbs by our kitchen door."
Reviewed Tuesday, 27 November 2018
"Great quality and look brilliant potted up with winter planting"
Reviewed Monday, 19 November 2018
"bought as planters for my brother's birthday - he was very pleased with them. Might have to drill holes in bottom for drainage though. good finish vintage looking."
Reviewed Wednesday, 14 November 2018
"Lovely planters and a good price"
Reviewed Monday, 27 August 2018
"Just what I was looking for"
Reviewed Tuesday, 28 February 2017
"Very happy with my "aged look" zinc planters, they look fab planted up and sitting in my cottage courtyard."
Reviewed Thursday, 19 May 2016
"Very pleased with the planters, they appear to be the same as offered elsewhere but much cheaper. Lets hope they last!!!"
Reviewed Friday, 11 March 2016
"Planters are quite lightweight, but understandably so as they were very reasonably priced. Exactly the style I was lookng for."
Reviewed Wednesday, 17 December 2014
"just what I was looking for shame I had to put drainage holes as it was for plants"
Reviewed Saturday, 11 October 2014
"a good looking product........thank you"
Reviewed Tuesday, 9 September 2014