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UK wide delivery within 7 days. Most items 3-5 days.
 
Patio plants & Trees

Bay trees, standard

Bay tree pyramids

Bay tree ball

Holly trees

Box balls (Buxus)

Box pyramids (Buxus)

Box spirals (Buxus)

Box cubes (Buxus)

Box triple ball (Buxus)

Olive trees

Privet trees

Chusan palms

Chamaerops palms

More trees...

 
Pots & Planters

Faux lead planters

Fibrestone planters

Zinc cube planters

Stonefibre/Polystone planters

Terracino terracotta pots

Italian terracotta pots

Cretan terracotta pots

Corten steel planters

 
Gifts

Bay tree gift

Olive tree gift

Bay pyramid gift

Buxus ball gift

Buxus pyramid gift

Gift vouchers



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Zinc planters & Care tips



    Black and Silver zinc planters

  • Our zinc galvanized sheet metal planters are of a high quality to ensure a long lifespan. The zinc galvanization makes them more rust resistant.
  • Very lightweight.
  • The finish of the Silver zinc planter is also called Titan or Titanium zinc. They look particularly good in contemporary and urban environments. They also look great in a swimming pool area reflecting the water.
  • Zinc containers look equally good planted up with classic plants such as Olive trees, Bay trees or Buxus topiary as with more showy plants such as Palm trees.
  • All zinc planters are delivered with drilled drainage holes. Please contact us if you would prefer your planters without drainage holes.

    Care tips

  • Treat Silver (titanium) zinc planters gently with baby oil and a soft cloth to prevent limescale build-up and to protect surface. Do not treat them with chemicals.
  • Larger zinc containers should be planted up on the intended site since they become very heavy when filled with compost. To reduce weight partly fill with Leca (clay pebbles) or Polystyrene. Avoid moving them when planted up and never drag or push them along the ground.
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