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Made from galvanised steel, this zinc planter is ideal for a variety of plants and flowers. Its curved edges create pleasing lines which allow this planter to stand out from the crowd. The galvanising process prevents the planter from rusting, as zinc does not rust.
This durable planter will allow you to create a stunning display for your garden, patio, conservatory or courtyard. Its contemporary design will integrate into a variety of settings, both formal and traditional. It is available in a variety of sizes so, if you wish, you can also plant up a set of matching planters. This will look great with a collection of plants chosen to suit the sizes of the different planters.
Height 40cm (1ft 3¾in) x Width 34cm (1ft 1½in) x Depth 34cm (1ft 1½in)
Other Available Sizes:
Height 35cm (1ft 1¾in) x Width 28cm (11in) x Depth 28cm (11in)
Please note: three of the images below depict two planters. This is only to illustrate the different sizes of planter available; you will be purchasing only the one planter. See the link above to purchase the other planter.
"Using double packaging box in box is waste and not environment friendly."
Reviewed Monday, 20 March 2017
"Beautiful. Far better than expected."
Reviewed Saturday, 8 October 2016
"Not an expensive item, therefore cannot be excellent, however, is more than adequate for my needs."
Reviewed Wednesday, 14 September 2016
"Exactly the shape and size we were looking for- our bay trees look great in them"
Reviewed Tuesday, 5 April 2016
"good website- quick delivery thanks"
Reviewed Thursday, 28 January 2016
"Haven't planted them up yet but appear to be good quality. A note about the need for a liner would be appreciated when ordering."
Reviewed Sunday, 7 June 2015
"Great description, lovely product and looks really smart."
Reviewed Thursday, 18 September 2014
"These look great and are a good price...but they are also incredibly thin...not sure I would have bought them if seen them before hand - only time will tell if they last or not."
Reviewed Wednesday, 2 April 2014