This insert has been created to fit inside the Medium Flared Square Gunmetal Planter. Due to its contemporary design, it can also be used as a separate pot in its own right. It has been designed to reduce the internal volume of the planter by creating a shelf which the contents can sit on. This allows you to display smaller plants & shrubs and decrease the amount of compost or aggregate required, saving you both time and money. The clean lines of both the planter and the insert, along with their black metal aesthetic, blend well with foliage, slate, and stone. They also look stunning set off against box balls, vibrant flowers, and white-washed walls, making this planter insert absolutely essential for the style-conscious gardener.
These inserts have been manufactured from steel that has been galvanised in zinc. This process adds a coat of zinc to the steel, which will help improve its resistance against corrosion caused by both the atmosphere and the elements. It also offers cathodic protection, which means that if the planter gets scratched and the steel underneath is exposed, the zinc will form a galvanic cell that will protect the steel from corrosion. The insert has been designed so that it will slot into the top of the planter, acting as a shelf that will reduce its internal volume so that it can be used to display smaller plants. Due to the way it has been constructed, this insert can also be used as a planter on its own.
Length: 26 (11in) x Width: 26 (11in) x Height: 30cm (12in)
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"Very bad customer service ,items not fit for purpose was promised a refund the told they wouldn’t issue refund will never buy from here again"
Reviewed Tuesday, 6 February 2018
"Just perfect! Would definitely recommend."
Reviewed Friday, 22 September 2017
Reviewed Wednesday, 20 January 2016
"Perfect, good quality."
Reviewed Tuesday, 25 November 2014
"super looking planter"
Reviewed Monday, 15 September 2014
"What a fabulous idea"
Reviewed Tuesday, 6 August 2013
"Item was slightly dented"
Reviewed Sunday, 21 April 2013