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These top quality planters are made from fibreglass and resin, and as a result are extremely strong and durable. The geometric design suits the clean lines of contemporary architecture and planting, combined with a superb finish these planters are a very popular choice for any modern garden.
Fibreglass and resin is a wonderfully versatile material which is light-weight, frost-proof, tough, low maintenance and non-corrosive.
Please note: These planters do not have drainage holes. This allows you the option of using these planters for indoor or outdoor purposes. To add drainage holes simply drill the holes into the base of the planter. We advise using a sharp twist drill bit and working slowly for smooth, clean drainage holes.
"Theres not many things in this day and age that are perfect but these come very close."
Reviewed Tuesday, 11 September 2018
"Purchased 3 "Fibreglass Trough Planter - Matt Black - Large H33cm x L98cm". All 3 of them were cracked and/or chipped on one of the top corners. Given that eventually this would be disguised by plants I decided to live with it rather than the fuss of trying to repackage them and request replacements.
The products without damage are otherwise attractive."
Reviewed Saturday, 19 August 2017
"Very pleased, good quality product exactly what I have been looking for."
Reviewed Wednesday, 16 August 2017
Reviewed Monday, 27 March 2017
"Very pleased with these planters."
Reviewed Tuesday, 7 March 2017
"Exactly as I had anticipated."
Reviewed Wednesday, 7 December 2016
"Large, sturdy, great looking product. Quite expensive, but price comparable to similar products, and you get what you pay for."
Reviewed Tuesday, 22 July 2014
Reviewed Tuesday, 25 February 2014
"I have purchased from Primrose before and found the service and goods to be faultless."
Reviewed Monday, 30 December 2013
Reviewed Sunday, 21 July 2013