This planter's low, oval design will look at home in any garden. It also works wonderfully as part of a tabletop display. Made from galvanised steel, this zinc planter is ideal for a variety of plants and flowers. The galvanising process prevents the planter from rusting, as zinc does not rust.
Please Note: Before putting any soil in your beautiful new planter you should line the inside with the lining provided. This will help protect your planter from rust and chipping.
This durable planter will allow you to create a stunning display for your garden, patio, conservatory or courtyard. Its contemporary design will integrate into a variety of settings, both formal and traditional. It is available in a variety of sizes so, if you wish, you can plant up a set of matching planters. This will look great with a collection of plants chosen to suit the differently sized planters.
Height 27cm (10¾in) x Width 60cm (1ft 11¾in) x Depth 25cm (10in)
Other Available Sizes:
Height 22cm (8¾in) x Width 40cm (1ft 3¾in) x Depth 20cm (8in)
Please note: two of the images below depict two planters. This is only to illustrate the different sizes of planter available; you will be purchasing only the one planter. See the link above to purchase the other planter.
"Very nice indeed modern and contemporary"
Reviewed Wednesday, 8 November 2017
Reviewed Monday, 30 January 2017
"I love these planters, they look really smart and modern. Good quality and an excellent buy!"
Reviewed Monday, 2 January 2017
"just what I wanted and couldn't find elsewhere!"
Reviewed Saturday, 24 December 2016
Reviewed Monday, 10 October 2016
"VEY GOOD QUALITY AND A VERY GOOD PRICE"
Reviewed Saturday, 21 May 2016
"Good service good product good price."
Reviewed Sunday, 24 April 2016
"These planters are perfect in my small garden. They are on the decking and planted up ready for the summer."
Reviewed Monday, 28 March 2016
"First class no problems at all quick response"
Reviewed Monday, 14 March 2016
"Love primrose. Service great , products great , helping me transform my concrete jungle into an oasis "
Reviewed Tuesday, 3 November 2015