Giant Tomato Planter Pots
These eye catching groovy plant pots add a little pizzazz to any patio - available in 3 vibrant colours these substantial 12 litre pots are a colourful way to grow your own...More information
These eye catching tomatoe pots add a little pizzazz to any patio - available in 3 vibrant colours these substantial 12 litre planters are a colourful way to grow your own
Add instant colour to your patio, balcony, or courtyard and give your plants something to aspire too; supplied in cool Cucumber Green and hot Pepper Yellow, the groovy pots, planters will certainly be a garden talking point! But these very handy garden pots aren't just a brash show of colour as underneath the colourful facade you'll find a more than capable 12 litre pot, manufactured from recycled plastic and designed to give years of vegetable and flowering plant growing service.
Measuring 30cm in diameter and standing 28cm in height, these giant groovy plant pots are the height of patio chic and may even steal the show from the plants!
There is also the Black Pot Saucer which has been perfectly designed for the groovy plant pots which can sit neatly on top and help to retain moistire and can be used for easy watering.
- Giant Groovy Plant Pots measure 30cm Dia x 28cm H
- Supplied in 2 stunning colours
- Choose from Cucumber Green or Pepper Yellow
- Made from recycled plastic
- 12 litre capacity
- Ideal for growing many types of patio fruit and vegetables
- Durable enough to last years
- Black Saucer available separately
Our horticulturist says; "Although the vivid colours is obvioiusly the first thing which strikes you about these pots, they are actually an extremely useful addition to any patio growing set-up.
"The 12 litre capacity is large enough to grow most summer patio vegetables - including tomatoes, peppers and herbs - and you can even fit a courgette plant in one!
"Plastic pots don't suffer the extremes of temperature their terracotta brothers experience and the 30cm diameter makes watering easier - and it's that last point you really need to keep in mind when growing on the patio.
"Pots and planters are notorious for drying out so aim to water the soil surface - not the leaves - in the morning or evening to keep your patio plants happy."