The Composite Coronado Premier Planter is made of durable cellular PVC, a top of the line material that looks and feels like wood but is impervious to rotting, splitting and warping. We used the same basic design for our Composite Coronado Planters as we did for the Commercial Premier Coronado Planters we made for the Hotel Del Coronado in San Diego but added a slightly smaller trim to make smaller-scale planters that look perfect in residential settings. Available in ten standard rectangular sizes and two square sizes.
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Residential Premier Coronado Planters are the new kids from a rich tradition. The style has been used by the historic Hotel del Coronado since it opened on February 19, 1888. More than 120 years later the Hotel Del still has those planters, just as Benjamin Harrison, the first of 11 U.S. Presidents to visit the Del, saw them in 1891. Large parts of the Wizard of Oz and two other Oz books were reportedly written when L. Frank Baum spent extended periods at the hotel. He saw them. And everyone in the cast and crew of the movie "Some Like It Hot," still regarded as America's best comedy, saw them when the movie was filed at the Hotel del Coronado. Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis and Marilyn Monroe starred.
But a few years ago when the hotel needed to replace the Coronado planters, they turned to Hooks and Lattice to see if we could improve them. And we did that without any sacrifice in style or appearance. We just made the same Coronado planters from top-of-the-line cellular PVC so they will be in service for many years longer and never need painting to maintain their pristine white finish. Oh, and we were chosen to add a logo to the planter boxes.
Thus it is our pleasure to bring you the Composite Coronado Premier Planter, the same as the Del's except rescaled for home landscapes. Choose rectangular or square classic planters.