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Planters & Gardening

Slant Light GreyPlanters
Selected Color: Light Grey
Slant Light GreyPlanters
AUD 83.15 - AUD 110.89
Grey Ball Planters
Selected Color: Grey
Grey Ball Planters
AUD 165.06 - AUD 206.67
Square Planters Square Planters
AUD 69.31 - AUD 165.06
Seed Bags New Seed Bags
AUD 13.80 each
Howell Planters New Howell Planters
AUD 97.02 - AUD 138.64
Stacked Rock Planters New Stacked Rock Planters
AUD 110.89 - AUD 138.64
Metallic Bronze Planters New Metallic Bronze Planters
AUD 124.77 - AUD 178.93
Sand Planters with Stands New Sand Planters with Stands
AUD 165.06 - AUD 178.93
Sand Ball Planters
Selected Color: Sand
New Sand Ball Planters
AUD 165.06 - AUD 206.67
Slant Dark Gray Planters
Selected Color: Dark Grey
New Slant Dark Gray Planters
AUD 83.15 - AUD 110.89
Carnivale White Planters Carnivale White Planters
AUD 4.09 - AUD 69.28
Zinc Square Planters Zinc Square Planters
AUD 69.28 - AUD 83.15
Tidore Planters Tidore Planters
AUD 124.77 - AUD 138.64
Bronze Tall Tapered Planters Bronze Tall Tapered Planters
AUD 97.02 - AUD 138.64
Saabira Fiberstone Planters Saabira Fiberstone Planters
AUD 110.89 - AUD 124.77
Dundee Floor Planters Dundee Floor Planters
Set Savings AUD 97.02 - AUD 110.89 open stock AUD 103.96 - AUD 117.83
Watering Cans New Watering Cans
AUD 27.67 - AUD 55.41
Alfresco Grey Work Station Alfresco Grey Work Station
Sale AUD 706.01 our reg. price. AUD 830.84
Alfresco Grey Storage Box Alfresco Grey Storage Box
Sale AUD 941.81 our reg. price. AUD 1108.25

The simplest, easiest and most enjoyable way to ready your patio for summer lounging and entertaining is to decorate with plants. Fresh green ferns, vibrant flowers and textured hedges spruce up any space. Find outdoor planters and pots in the shapes, sizes and styles you need to create the perfect escape in your own backyard.

Seeding Your Pots

If you know you want to decorate with outdoor plants before the growing season begins, start your seeds indoors. Easy-growing kitchen herbs such as basil, rosemary, thyme and chives can grow indoors all year round. Because herbs are small plants, they can easily be moved outside in their original pots or transplanted to bigger or more durable outdoor planters. Whatever type of seeds you choose to start indoors, you should water the pots at least once a day until they have sprouted, as the bed needs to be moist to promote growth. If you choose to start other plants or flowers from seedlings, consider both how big they will grow and how big of planters they will require, as well as the kind of sunlight, water, space and care they will need after they sprouts or blooms. Once it's warm enough to continue growing outside, you'll need a work station either on your patio or in the garden to plant new seedlings, pot botanicals and transplant your indoor herbs and sprouts. Work stations are also a great place to gather all of your garden tools, soil bags and extra seeds. You don't need much to cultivate a green thumb, but must-haves include a small hand trowel for potting and at least one watering can to help you keep your greens hydrated all season long.

Decorating with Outdoor Planters

Abundant, flourishing greenery literally breathes life into your space and can help fill out the nooks and crannies, making it feel full, lush and calm. Diversifying your botanicals by type, color, size and appearance will not only give your patio a unique look, but they will also give you more variety to work with when arranging your planters. While small flowers and buds can easily be placed on side tables or along a deck railing, they are also perfect for window boxes. Try potting small perennials there—petunias and pansies are classic choices, and both add rich, natural color to your space. Window boxes and rail planters are also ideal for fresh herbs. If your barbecue grill is on the edge of your patio, consider a rail planter instead of a window box for herbs. Using a hook system just like a window box, this keeps all that fresh, fragrant goodness right within reach of the grillmaster to pick or trim, and to garnish dishes. As for the planters themselves, their shapes and colors will set the tone for your deck. White planters with clean, modern lines make any backyard feel contemporary, minimalistic and collected. Pots and vases in black or other dark shades lend a subdued, upscale look to the area. If you know you'll be rearranging your patio furniture and decor throughout the season, consider plastic outdoor planters. With designs resembling wood and stone, the convenience of the lightweight construction won't take away from the overall aesthetic of your patio.

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