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Concrete Planters

Concrete Planters

Concrete planters can come heavily pocketed or smooth. The former arrive sand coloured - a classic mediterranean aesthetic - and are great for adding some rustic charm to your garden. The latter are grey, ideal for a modernist, sleek chic. Great indoors or out, no planter is the same whether tall or trough, and heavily pocketed planters will weather over time and sometimes change colour, while glass-fibre reinforced concrete (GFRC) offers something different: resistant to weathering, GFRC will maintain its often sleek, uniform appearance, akin to fibreglass planters.

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    60cm Textured Feature Concrete Round Planter
    Special Price £62.99 Original £79.99 You save 21%
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    72cm Classic Rim Concrete Round Planter - Extra Large
    Special Price £189.99 Original £199.99 You save 5%
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  • Explore our range of concrete planters & plant pots

    You’re spoilt for choice in our range of cement planters and concrete plant pots. Whether you’re looking for a simple, chic design for effortless garden style, or a more decorative planter, you’ll find it all here.

    Concrete planters can come heavily pocketed or smooth. The former arrives sand coloured - a classic mediterranean aesthetic - and are great for adding some rustic charm to your garden. The latter are grey, ideal for a modernist, sleek chic.

    Great indoors or out, no concrete planter is the same, weathering over time and sometimes changing colour. If you don’t want the appearance of your outdoor concrete plant pots to change, we recommend opting for glass-fibre reinforced concrete. Resistant to weathering, GFRC will maintain its often sleek, uniform appearance, akin to fibreglass planters.

    You’ll find concrete garden planters in a range of sizes so whether you’re looking for a large statement pot to use as a centrepiece of your garden, or smaller planters to frame your patio, it’s available here. Plus we cater to all budgets too.

  • Are concrete planters worth it?

    Whereas wood or plastic planters may be susceptible to rot or weather damage, concrete planters tend to last far longer. As a result, they can often be seen as a more environmentally friendly option, as you’re less likely to have to replace broken planters.

    What’s more, because the planters are heavier, they offer more protection for your plants, as they’re less likely to be blown over.

    Large concrete plant pots are more expensive than other planters but they remain usable over a longer time frame.

    Browse even more planters with the complete range from Primrose, including stone planters available at great prices.