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These top quality fibreglass planters have a special gel coat making them very hard wearing, this commercial finish means the colour runs all the way through the 2mm thick gel coat. The colour is maintained even with surface scratches. The geometric design suits the clean lines of contemporary architecture and planting, combined with a superb high gloss 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.
This planter features a brushed metal Primrose plaque on one side, an authentic stamp of Primrose quality, providing excellent products since being established in 2003.
"ALWAYS LOOK WELL AND EASY CLEANED IF REQUIRED
WOULD HAVE LOVED THE CHOICE OF DRAINAGE HOLES."
Reviewed Wednesday, 26 September 2018
"Exactly as described. Just waiting for weather to improve!!"
Reviewed Thursday, 15 February 2018
"Good construction. It seems fit for purpose. Time will tell."
Reviewed Friday, 24 November 2017
"Great valu, however, corner of planter damaged. Couldn't be bothered to return."
Reviewed Tuesday, 12 May 2015
"Obviously prone to damage but once installed looks good."
Reviewed Thursday, 29 May 2014
"Very nice looking planters. Strong and light weight perfect for the roof terrace. Planted bamboo in them and it works extremely well. Very happy with the purchase."
Reviewed Tuesday, 11 September 2012
"nothing wrong with planter, though option to have holes drilled before dispatch would have been good. well packaged."
Reviewed Thursday, 17 May 2012