Written by Becca Green

5 stylish and affordable outdoor planters

Make your garden look extra pretty in time for summer with these chic and budget-friendly outdoor planters.

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Set of 3 zinc crates, £125, Cox & Cox

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For a rustic and industrial look, invest in this set of 3 zinc garden crates to house your favourite outdoor plants. We love the idea of staggering them on outdoor steps to add height and interest to your space.

Pallas two blue planters, £60, Habitat

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Bring colour and shape to your garden with the Pallas planters from Habitat. Available in blue, black and a raw metal, they’re contemporary and have a unique design that’ll definitely enhance the style of your garden.

Set of two black plant stands, £50, Next

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These set of two black plant stands from Next are bang on trend and can be used both indoors and outdoors. Pot some trailing ivy in one of these to let it elegantly flow out of the pot. Remember, your plants don’t have to be real, you can opt for faux designs, too!

Rattan planter set, £29.99, Maine Furniture Co

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Rattan has always been a popular material choice for the garden and we think it’s utterly timeless. This rattan planter set is a bargain at just £29.99 and can house many kinds of species of plants. Place one either side of your front door to add bundles of kerb appeal. 

Bathford planter, £112.50, Garden Trading

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Elegant in design the Bathford planter can sit beautifully beside a doorway or in the corner of a patio for a striking display. Garden Trading has taken inspiration from traditional Victorian dolly buckets yet added a contemporary touch for use in the garden. 

 

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