Planters

We stock a range of heavy-duty plastic planters including square plastic planters, that are suitable for indoor and outdoor plants. Our plastic planters are well-suited for a variety of locations, such as town and city centres, parks, green spaces, shopping districts, high streets, town squares, and more.

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City Garden Water Butt and Planter
City Garden Water Butt and Planter
From £216.32 £180.27
5-6 weeks
Ornamental Planter
Ornamental Planter
From £136.80 £114.00
3-4 weeks
Square Planter - Burgundy
Square Planter
From £162.00 £135.00
3-4 weeks
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Create inviting spaces with plastic planters

At Kingfisher Direct, we understand the importance of stylish and functional planters in creating inviting landscapes and interior designs. Our extensive range of plastic planters is here to meet your diverse gardening and landscaping needs.

Why choose our plastic planters?

Durable and weather-resistant

Our plastic planters are crafted from robust materials designed to withstand the elements, ensuring long-lasting performance without the worry of cracking, fading, deteriorating or rusting.

Lightweight and easy to move

Plastic planters are lightweight and easy to transport, allowing you to rearrange your green spaces effortlessly.

Low maintenance

Plastic planters are low-maintenance, requiring minimal cleaning and upkeep. They are also less prone to pests and rot, making them an excellent choice for hassle-free landscaping. Our planters are supplied watertight but you can request for drainage holes to be installed.

Frequently Asked Questions

What do you put in square planters?

Square planters are best suited to large plants. This is because square planters provide large plants with a stable base, enabling them to grow.

How do you arrange plants in a square planter?

When arranging plants in a square planter, it is good practice to leave a 1” or 2” gap between the plants and the edge of the pot. By providing this gap your plant will have the space it needs to grow.

If you are planning on planting multiple plants in a single square planter, you will need to make sure that in addition to the gap near the edge, all plants have sufficient space around them. While an abundance of plants may look nice: they may not have enough space to grow.

Are plastic planters good for the outdoors?

Plastic planters are suitable for outdoors as they are not prone to rust. However, in the winter, plastic planters may require additional attention and maintenance as frozen soil may cause the plastic to crack.

Are plastic planters good for plants?

Plastic planters are good for plants, particularly plants which require a lot of moisture. In plastic planters, the soil is more likely to maintain its moisture as plastic is a non-porous material.