(The reason we have to charge so much for delivery is that these planters are very high quality and quite heavy, so we deliver to you on a pallet. Although this can be expensive if you just order one small planter, it becomes excellent value if you order more than one.)
Stone Fibrecotta Cube Planter
These top quality planters are made from Fibrecotta, and as a result are extremely strong and durable. The planters have a raised rim at the bottom designed to help drainage and protect from frost. All planters feature a drainage hole and are supplied with a bung.
Fibrecotta is a wonderfully versatile material which is light-weight (when compared to stone), frost-proof, tough, low maintenance and non-corrosive. Fibrecotta combines the classic styling with modern design, the innovative material allows the plant to breathe whilst remaining tough and durable.
Reviewed Thursday, 21 April 2016
"Lurve my pot!"
Reviewed Monday, 14 March 2016
"Love my Plant Troughs.
But they didn't arrive within 2/3 days as stated on Website and I asked to be notified about delivery day. Luckily I had just arrived home when a very large lorry arrived with my order.
Even Amazon notify you to tell you a small book is being delivered. Primrose you need to improve your service on delivery."
Reviewed Tuesday, 12 May 2015
"OK product - not my style but choice is limited when you need a huge pot."
Reviewed Sunday, 22 March 2015
Reviewed Tuesday, 25 November 2014
"Speedy and well packaged. No damage to planters. Thanks"
Reviewed Monday, 8 September 2014
"Just what I wanted, light enough to lift but heavy enough when filled not to blow over. Look like real stone."
Reviewed Monday, 27 May 2013
"The pots look great, and appear well made, but have yet to be used and I guess only time will tell regarding their resilience."
Reviewed Thursday, 23 May 2013
"These are good, matched the description and picture from the online shop...thanks."
Reviewed Sunday, 19 May 2013
"Brilliant planter at an excellent price - will order more of the same based on my last experience with Primrose."
Reviewed Thursday, 21 March 2013