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Made from galvanised steel, this zinc planter is ideal for architectural plants, such as grasses and cordylines. Its clean, contemporary lines form the perfect contrast for large, ornate plants, and will add a touch of showmanship to your garden.
This zinc galvanised planter is not only beautiful - it is durable and functional. Its steel construction is lightweight yet sturdy, and its protective coat of zinc will help to protect against corrosion. Boasting a versatile contemporary design, and available in five different sizes as listed below, this striking black planter is perfect for a wide variety of outdoor spaces. It will contrast beautifully with all kinds of plants, and is versatile and easily repositioned. The planter comes with a central drainage hole: a bung is supplied, but we cannot guarantee that the planter will always be 100% watertight.
This stunning 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,
Available in five sizes. See below for more information.
"Planters are exactly what I want - look stylish and not too heavy to move around when filled with soil and plants. Much better value than our local garden centre too."
Reviewed Sunday, 26 March 2017
"I consider t hat the amount of packaging excessive for the item otherwise I was pleased with the service."
Reviewed Tuesday, 24 January 2017
"Not cheap but it is good"
Reviewed Sunday, 5 June 2016
"Once again excellent product"
Reviewed Monday, 8 June 2015
"soooo pleased with them ..... made up....will send a photo wen l'v finished the front of house ....thank you just wat l was lookin for then l browsed &saw them with u..great"
Reviewed Saturday, 18 April 2015
"Quite flimsy for large planter the jury is out on how long it will last wanted it for a Magnolia Tree."
Reviewed Monday, 11 August 2014
"Fantastic planter, speedy post, arrived exactly when said it would!!!"
Reviewed Wednesday, 18 December 2013