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Glossy Black Cube | Fibreglass Planter
- Lightweight fibreglass is easy to install and reposition
- Resilient and Durable
- Weather and UV resistant
- Variety of Finishes
- Suitable for Indoor and Outdoor Use
- Holes Drilled on Request
This glossy black cube is smart, sleek and elegant in equal measure. Unlike some of the planters in our range, and in the ranges of our competitors, this item will look equally at home whether it is place indoors our outdoors. These aren’t the kind of planters that you will find at most garden centres, rather, these are high quality, robust pieces of furniture that are intend for placement on prestigious commercial sites. You might see black planters like this in the luxuriously decked out lobbies of skyscrapers or elite hotels.
This black fibreglass planter could be described in many ways, but something it is not is rustic. It has been designed with clean lines and glossy faces – it is suited for modern design schemes and contemporary planting themes, and in truth, if planted in a quaint or rustic country garden, it might just look a little bit out of place.
While 40cm planters tend to be the most popular size, we know that larger planters can be extremely hard to find, that is why we have made sure to stock some in this style.
In terms of what to plant in these, there is nothing really that is out of the question. While certain smaller shrubs and plants might look out of place in one of the larger sizes, they would be fine for the smaller ones. As far as the larger ones are concerned, there’s no reason you couldn’t plant small trees in them even. Just consider that if the rootball is restricted, this will start to make the plant or tree it belongs to start to look a little neglected.
Conversely, we find that many people who have bamboos that start to look neglected, have this problem because they are planted in pots that are far too small – causing a situation by which they become rootbound. In which case, these larger black pots might be an ideal and interesting solution for planting bamboo. If you have a large indoor space like a lobby, you could create a great deal of height and structure this way. It would be completely feasible to create microcosmic columns of bamboo forest in a corporate space – changing the way its inhabitants things. This would be a bad way to promote privacy and tranquility in what might otherwise be a hectic and high pressure environment.
40 x 40 x 40cm, 50 x 50 x 50cm, 60 x 60 x 60cm, 70 x 70 x 70cm, 80 x 80 x 80cm