There are many different ways to plant your plants, flowers, trees and shrubs, but a very popular way is to plant them in an outdoor garden planters. There are many different styles to choose from, and each style is available in different colors, and constructed from different materials. The purpose of this article is to give you a brief overview on of the different outdoor garden planters on the market. The many different styles and sizes of garden planters are endless, but the three most common are round planters, urns and window boxes.
Round planters are obviously round in shape and come in many different size diameters and heights. Some have detailed designed scroll work on the side and others are plain. Available in different colors the round outdoor garden planter is the most popular of all the planters. Outdoor round garden planters are best for planting, because they give you the largest planting area and pants love that. Giving you a clean contemporary look, depends on the color and the detail design around the side. They look best when you plant coordinating colored flowers in them.
Outdoor garden urns give your home a traditional look and come in different diameters and heights as well. They also can be found with detailed designs on the side as well as around the top rim of the urn. The neck and base of the urn also come in different designs, some more simple than others. Outdoor Garden Urns are available in different styles, colors, and manufactured from different materials. Outdoor garden urns look great at entryways of homes, outdoor living areas, or on top of columns of the front gates of a home. Where ever you place outdoor garden urns you can be sure that they will give the area a touch of class.
Window box outdoor planters are best known as the planters that people hang outside of their windows. Rectangular in shape window box planters are great for planting flowers. They look great hanging outside your house from your window sill. Once they are full with soil, flowers and water, they get heavy so make sure to mount them secure. Though they received their name from hanging from the window sills, window boxes have changed throughout the years. They come in many different sizes, colors, and constructed of many different materials. The larger window box planters can not be mounted from a window sill, but look great if placed on the ground in an open area to fill a void.