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Are you looking for a new planter system for your next commercial or residential project? With HelloGarden you can arrange or stack our planters in a range of formations to create attractive green spaces indoors or outdoors. So long as they are near light – grow lights or windows – the plants in them will flourish.
They are ideal for hospitality settings where they can be used to divide up a room or outdoor space creating intimate settings. In corporate or hotel settings they can add colour and style to larger spaces, and if near kitchens or cafés provide fresh daily pickings of varied salad greens and herbs. At 1000mm long x 500mm wide x 380mm deep each planter can grow two rows of salad greens or herbs, ideal for growing your own fresh herbs, salads, and vegetables to enjoy at home.
Made of powder-coated aluminum our planter is strong and light and comes with a five-year warranty. On castors, it can be moved about easily to follow the sun and with more than one to create different configurations on your outdoor or indoor space. They were particularly designed for apartment residents whose only outdoor space is a balcony or terrace but who wish to have a garden all year round. Not only do they provide this but they also give a stylish garden outlook between them and the city beyond. They can be powder-coated to any colour or finish in the Dulux Powder-Coating Colour Range.
Entirely watertight, they are easily moved, stacked, or replanted. Each planter has a tube that goes to a porous reservoir at its bottom with 80mm of pumice on either side that takes about 10 litres of water. Within 2-3 weeks your new plants' roots will be pulling up the water they need to grow. This is called a wicking system. Even at the height of summer you should only need to refill your reservoir every three weeks or so, when the growing mix starts to feel dry.
As a landscape architect, I have wide plant knowledge and a thorough understanding of the benefits well-designed outdoor spaces give to people. Contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss how I can assist you with your latest project.