Written by Paisley Tedder

5 stylish and affordable outdoor planters

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

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Show off your selection of plants and flowers in the best way with on-trend planters. Whether you have them hanging up, attached to the wall or scattered across your outdoor area, they add character and flair to a garden space. Read on for some of our favourite, affordable picks…

Key Largo Rattan Planter Set, £47.20, Maine Furniture

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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 beautifully simple and can house many kinds of species of plants. Place one either side of your front door to add bundles of kerb appeal.

Bergs potter rose Copenhagen pot, from £14.99, Beards and Daisies

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These quirky pots tick all of our boxes and give us a real vintage vibe. They are practical as well as pretty, too, with drainage holes and a saucer ready to catch any excess water to avoid over saturating your roots. These are available in a variety of sizes too, so you can create a cute display with different sized plants!

Brockwell planters, from £40, Garden Trading

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These urban planters have a simple finish and leave your plants to bring the fun. We really rate the chic appearance as they look great clustered together.

Conkle two piece planter set, £189.99, Wayfair

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Rise up your plant babies with these stunning natural fibre plant stands! They look great positioned around furniture so you can easily admire your handy work and serve up serious holiday vibes.

Elho trough 50cm, £34.99, Beards and Daisies

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Perfect for grass plants like carex, this narrow pot has invisible wheels which makes transportation really simple, so if you like to change things around in your garden, this is one for you! It’s also great for looking after plants in the winter as it is frost-resistant and has a built-in water reservoir.

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