Wooden Planters

Wooden planters will blend sympathetically into an outdoor space. The wood doesn’t overpower, allowing the greenery of the plant to take centre stage. Wood can be left to age beautifully, or it can be painted to give a brand new appearance. There are a few tips for planting with wooden planters. Where possible a planter box should be elevated to allow space for drainage. Smaller plants will require closer monitoring as they will dry out faster. In some climates small plants will require daily watering with any wooden planters, and small planters positioned in direct sunlight may require watering twice daily. When using larger wooden planters fill the bottom with materials such as left-over plastic bottles or leaves and twigs to avoid the planter from becoming too heavy. Most plant only require around 9-12 inches of potting soil, constructing a lighter layer will make the planter more convenient to transport. Be sure to fill your planters with potting soil; plants in containers grow much better in these conditions and ordinary garden soil may also rot your wooden planter. Finally, at the end of the growing season be sure to empty the planter, brush out the soil and store the planter box safely.

Long-lasting, lined redwood for a rustic look in a range of heights and sizes

From £54.00 + VAT Ea
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