Whether you're looking for a planter to place on a railing, line the edge of a patio or keep a particularly tasty plant out of reach of animals, the Danbury Round Planter is the ideal choice. With all of the stylistic appeal of a handmade clay pot, this planter comes with the durability and strength of quality resin and has a 10-year warranty against fading and cracking. The planter comes in a handsome matte Caviar Black finish that resembles glaze, a warm Rust finish that looks like terra cotta and an off-white Weathered Stone that has the appeal of aged natural stone.
For an exciting home round planter, here's another choice in the Danbury series, here in caviar black in a smart 17" round container plant offering. A round planter is perfect for accenting everything from tall plants up to 30" (both outdoor and house plants, and most plants can be both) to cascading vines, wave petunias or whatever catches your eye. Or design a thriller, chiller, spiller combo. For can't-miss ideas, visit the winners in our 2010 I Love My Summer Window Box Contest. Pick any two or three plants for a great container. A red cordyline with bright petunias or begonias spilling with a margarita or other vine is a stunner in black. Sanseveria (also called Mother-in-Law's Tongue or Snake Plan), is a great swordleaf plant outdoors or in. Other houseplants that look great in the Danbury 17" round planter include Boston and other ferns, a spider plant spilling its spider babies over the sides and vase-shaped peace lilies. And those are just a few of the easiest to grow.
The entire family of Danbury planters is so resistant to either winter cracking or summer's scorching sun that they are guaranteed for 10 years against cracking or fading. That makes them a great home for long-lived container plants, whether they begin life as house plants or outdoor choices. Want a bit of each? Combine a long-lived plant with an annual – or two – you can change out by the year or season, giving your container plant a whole new look as often as you like. The artistry of this home round planter will delight you– actually cast in lightweight resin, it looks like a hand-thrown clay plant container without clay's fussiness in most climates. Its light weight makes it easy to move as various plant combinations reach full potential throughout the season, and inside and outside depending on seasonal or stormy weather. Anticipating wind? Keep your resin pots watered so their weight will anchor them, or move them to a somewhat sheltered location if you find wind damages the plants themselves. They're also easy to group for watering should you plan to be away from home long enough for them to dry out.