What are big planters? The big planters are containers for holding one or more plant species and stand next to benches and other significant equipment details of public spaces, especially pedestrian areas. They also serve as a boundary of roads. Their proliferation leads back to the fact that they combine aesthetics and ecology excellently.

But how can you use the big planters?







Large planters ensure privacy from prying neighbors, which is a big advantage nowadays. It often happens that the proportions of the terrace or the garden are smaller and this makes the challenge of privacy larger than expected. Those who are in love with plants can use the opportunity to distinguish themselves with the so-called “green walls”. Get started and get big planters that will not only suit your plants, but also your budget.

Which are the best of the best large planter types?

Metal planters are made of corten steel, aluminum or stainless steel, for example. Each species has certain advantages. For example, the planters, which are made of Corten steel, change gradually due to the change of seasons and you can watch different colors later. This precipitate is called rusting. With the help of rusting, owners can be sure that they own a unique piece. The planters Cortenstahl also have an excellent longevity. Here are the several advantages of aluminum planters listed: lightweight material, aluminum is UV resistant, like the old love it does not rust, it is still smooth and can be easily cleaned. Lastly, aluminum is a very durable material. This is followed by the advantages of stainless steel planters: absolutely stylish design, rustproof, easy to clean, serve as a long-lasting eyecatcher. Compared to other materials, the production of flower tubs made of stainless steel is very expensive. If you choose the materail and the size, please do not forget the proportions of the room and the desired effect!

It can not be done without plants

wergflieder ‘Palibin’, die Hortensie ‘Blue Wonder’ und der aufrechte Korkenzieherhasel die beliebtesten Gehölzarten. For time and eternity, the budding lilac ‘Palibin’, the hydrangea ‘Blue Wonder’ and the upright corkscrew hazel are the most popular species of wood. If you are a fan of evergreen wood, you can choose sacred bamboo or red-stemmed garden bamboo. rfen Sie sich aber auch nicht entgehen lassen. The cherry laurel ‘Caucasica’ and the garden bamboo ‘Standing Stone’ d ü RFEN yourself but also not to be missed. Beautiful stems for the container planting are still: the Japanese hanging larch ‘Pendula’, the harlequin willow as trunks and the fan leaf tree ‘Mariken’ as a high trunk, which has very good winter hardiness. Another admirable possibility are the suitable climbing plants for the container planting such as ivy ‘Hibernica’, honeysuckle evergreen, Clematis’ Dr. Ruppel ‘, Clematis viticella’ Mme Julia Correvon ‘, Clematis viticella’ Viola ‘and Scheinrebe’ Elegans’.

Classification and characterization

The large-leaved ivy belongs to the Haftwurzelkletterern. Please note, because all plant parts are determined to be toxic. The growth of this plant is very strong like that of Hedera helix. Hardiness: as a garden plant very good, as evergreen tub or potted plant possibly winter protection required! The evergreen hissing – honeysuckle has long, evergreen leaves and stands in a sunny to partially shaded spot. The burrowing plants are fast growing. Have excellent winter hardiness. Clematis’ Dr. Ruppel ‘is one of the easily irritable bicoloured Clematis varieties. The pretty plate-shaped flowers appear in early and late summer. The Viticella clematis are highly flowering species. Their flowers only appear in summer and last until autumn. The pseudoparp ‘Elegans’ can be detected by its green-white, slightly pink, large leaves. The location should be sunny to partially shaded with a well-drained and humus-rich garden. The shag ‘Elegans’ is one of the most charming climbing plants for your terrace, but needs a bit of climbing assistance.

Now you are ready to go to the store and become the proud owner of your new large planters! In the end, I wish you much success in the selection and please note the preconceived opinion of the experts!

 

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