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Thanks to its tall, flared design, this planter is great for housing a variety of architectural plants and allows you to bring some refined style to your garden or patio. It has been constructed from zinc galvanised steel so that it will survive outside for years to come.
Please Note: Before putting any soil in your beautiful new planter you should line the inside with the lining provided. This will help protect your planter from rust and chipping.
This zinc galvanised planter is not only beautiful - it is durable and functional. Its steel construction is lightweight yet sturdy, and its coat of zinc will help to protect against corrosion. Boasting a versatile contemporary design, and available in three different sizes as listed below, this striking black planter is perfect for a wide variety of outdoor spaces. The planter comes with a central drainage hole: a bung is supplied, but we cannot guarantee that the planter will always be 100% watertight.
How To Take Care Of Your Zinc Planter
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.
Height 60cm (1ft 11¾in) x Width 29cm (11½in) x Length 29cm (11½in)Base: Length 19.5cm (7¾in) x Width 19.5cm (7¾in)
"Just what we wanted and as described. Perfect"
Reviewed Tuesday, 23 October 2018
"I have said it all previously. I will not purchase anything else from Primrose and I have told friends and family of my experience resulting in lost sales from those people as well."
Reviewed Monday, 2 April 2018
"Really good value for money. Look very stylish. Would recommend."
Reviewed Tuesday, 6 March 2018
"Excellent speedy service and best price on the market"
Reviewed Wednesday, 29 March 2017
"Very nice product but sent damaged."
Reviewed Wednesday, 3 June 2015
"very pleased it looks very nice by my front door"
Reviewed Friday, 18 July 2014