Bombora Pots for Every Plant
If you ever get confused about choosing pots for your garden, don’t worry because you’re not alone. Potted plants are little micro gardens all self contained in a pot and will make for a great garden design around your home. They are also a fun project to get the whole family involved in. Kids love potting plants and you could even get them involved in decorating (painting) terracotta pots.
The look of Terracotta has out lasted the test of time. Great shapes for any need. Cottage or modern gardens could be well suited to Terracotta planters.
OLD STONE COLLECTION
A unique range of rustic pots with a great texture well suited to either contemporary or older gardens. The colour range will offer great tones in any setting.
OCEANIC WHITE COLLECTION
The antique feel of the Oceanic White will create a great feature in any garden setting . The tones and textures are unique and will enhance anything planted in these pots .
Ocean Mist, Lava and Rust are the three stunning colours in this range . These pots will give your garden character and extenuate any green life .
The sleek clean lines of contemporary fibreglass not only look great but are very practical to move around.
Vibrant colours in the garden always feel great . The Glow range provides fun colours for your balcony, patio and entrance way .
Great designs, unique colours and modern shapes with a texture unlike anything else on the market.
This elegant range with warm tone colours are ideal in any formal setting.
Bring your garden indoors with funky Soho colours.
The grey earthy tones and functional shapes in the succulent collection.
MOSS GREEN COLLECTION
Also great planters for succulents.
LIGHT STONE COLLECTION
Light Stone will fit into any contemporary garden with its warm neutral colours and modern shapes.
The new Dara range is elegantly etched in a great matt finish. Either indoor or outdoor these warm colors will enhance your plants beautifully .
Things to consider when purchasing a pot
Pots come in an array of sizes, styles, colours and compositions. As a result of these variations comes the difference in costs. Think about how long you are going to keep the pot and the value of the plant you are going to put in it. Is the pot for a short term garden project? If it is then you may need to use an inexpensive pot where the look of the pot is not that important. On the other hand you maybe wanting to invest in designing a feature in your garden or highlighting an entrance to your home where the pots either side of the front door become an integral design composition of your home. Then choosing a pot style can be fun and creative. It really is quite amazing what a difference a well chosen pot, plant or positioning of pot plant can make to your garden.