H40cm Small Galvanised Zinc Square Belgian Planter

Code: PP4008S
H40cm Small Galvanised Zinc Square Belgian Planter
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H40cm Small Galvanised Zinc Square Belgian Planter
Add a touch of sophistication to your outdoor space with this grand and artistic Belgian planter. Made from heavy gauge steel and dipped in molten zinc, this planter instantly becomes an eye-catching piece in any garden thanks to its 19th century Flemish design. The planter is perfect for lining a pathway or defining an entrance. The planter will arrive in dark grey but will over lighten over time due to the natural oxidisation process.

  • Artisanal design - the planter becomes an instant eye-catcher in your garden thanks to its 19th century Flemish design
  • Hot dip galvanising - this process creates a number of benefits for the planter, including corrosion prevention and lower lifetime costs
  • Aged patina - this planter develops aged patina which creates a classic antique look over time
  • Drainage hole with bung supplied - control the water retention to help prevent the planter from becoming waterlogged, keeping your plants healthy
  • Planter dimensions: H40cm (15¾in) x W40cm (15¾in) x D40cm (15¾in)
  • Internal Dimensions: 33cm (13in) x 33cm (13in)
  • Weight: 16kg
This product is also available in a larger size and in an English design::

Make an artistic statement in your garden or outdoor space with this elegant Belgian planter. The handy drainage hole ensures that it is easy for you to maintain the ideal levels of liquid and the risk of potential over-watering is minimised, allowing you to simply enjoy the results of stunning flowers and herbs.

Optional Extras
  • 10LTR Pro-Grow Multi Purpose Compost - Peat Free
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Hot Dip Galvanising

Hot dip galvanising is a reliable method of steel galvanisation that helps prevent corrosion and extends the life of the steel. Before the process begins, the steel endures a thorough chemical clean to remove all rust, oil and mill scale from its surface. It is then rinsed off and dipped into a bath of 460°C molten zinc. The zinc that bonds to the steel helps lower lifetime costs and decreases the need for maintenance.


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