These indoor enamel plant pots come in five different sizes with each pot a different shade of pink Dimensions: largest pot: Diameter 18cm/7in x Height 12.5cm/5in; smallest pot: diameter 10cm/4in x height 9cm/3½in.
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Pretty in pink – or grey if you prefer – this is an attractive set of pots for indoor planting such as herbs or small ornamentals. The different shades provide an interesting colour theme and the different pot sizes will accommodate plants at different stages of growth. No drainage holes so best to insert pots that have drainage holes inside which can then be taken out for watering.
These Galvanised Steel Planters (set of three) come without drainage holes so each pot can be used indoors as well as outside. The ridged line design is based on original farm churns. Dimensions: large, 28cm/11in high x 33cm/13 deep; medium, 25.5cm/10in high x 23cm/9in deep; small 23cm/9in high x 13cm/4¾ deep.
These have a quaint rustic look reminiscent of times gone by. With three different sizes you can grow a range of crops in these – they are quite deep so plenty of choice whether it be herbs or veg. Would suit overhanging fruit like strawberries or tumbling tomatoes. You might want to drill some holes in the bottom for drainage however for outside use.
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This natural coloured planter is made from 100% FSC timber with an eco-friendly water-based, preservative colour stain. The base is made plastic to prevent rotting/ and allows maximum aeration. Dimensions: diameter 46cm/18in height x 34cm/13in tall.
If you’re looking for a large pot with a natural rustic look, this will appeal to you. You can grow a range of fruit and veg in this pot – a good one in particular for potatoes, runner beans, tomatoes, a fruit bush, strawberries and so on. It does require some assembly.
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