This tall trough planter is sure to add a touch of contemporary sophistication to your garden. Its modern, versatile design will look stunning wherever you choose to place it.
The clean lines of this contemporary planter contrast well against the soft contours of box balls, bamboos, phormiums, hostas and grasses. Alternatively, you can set off its surface against the shimmering silver foliage and purple flowerheads of lavender or verbena. It comes with a removable insert, this means that the planter does not need to be entirely filled up with soil, making it lighter and more economical. This feature also makes the planter much easier to fill and empty. It has a central drainage hole to let out excess water.
Overall size: Length 89cm (2ft 11¼in) x Width 29cm (11½in) x Height 60cm (1ft 11¾in)Internal dimensions: Length 88cm (2ft 10½in) x Width 29cm (11in) x Height: 30cm (11¾in)
Thanks to Mrs S for this photo of the planter on her patio.
Ms J has used several of these planters to provide additional privacy for a cosy bistro area - fantastic!
"Great quality, exactly as expected."
Reviewed Wednesday, 2 August 2017
"Whilst the product generally looks good, it marks very easily and does not appear to be simple to clean (once marked)."
Reviewed Wednesday, 7 December 2016
"The planter looks really good with the insert inside holding box plants."
Reviewed Sunday, 21 August 2016
"The planter body is flimsy and the instructions tell you to line it with polystyrene to avoid dents and damage. However, the internal plant tray works really well and the end result is as I had hoped."
Reviewed Sunday, 20 March 2016
"looks good not planted up yet though"
Reviewed Thursday, 25 February 2016
"Very efficient, courteous and great product"
Reviewed Wednesday, 24 February 2016
"Looks just like photo, very pleased"
Reviewed Tuesday, 23 February 2016
"Well made and good value."
Reviewed Tuesday, 16 February 2016
"Clear and helpful advice with product to prolong its lufe"
Reviewed Tuesday, 24 November 2015
"Delivered when promised but Order left on next doors drive by mistake. Had to wait for someone to help me carry round home."
Reviewed Wednesday, 6 May 2015