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Modern Rectangle Cast Stone Planter - 36in.L x 24in.W x 30in.H

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36"L x 24"W x 30"H

If you love the elegant appeal of authentic stone planters but don't want to deal with the headache of transporting and installing pieces that can weight hundreds of pounds, our GFRC precast planters are the prefect solution for you. These large outdoor planters give you all the look and feel of real stone, are roomy enough to accommodate a number of plants, and- best of all- don't require a forklift to move around! GFRC stands for Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete, a material that combines chopped fiberglass strands with concrete in the molding process, creating a product that is a mere 1/4 the weight of stone alone. With this material we are able to make a planter with 3/4" thick walls rather than the typical 2" plus walls that are required for traditional precast concrete.

The addition of fiberglass gives these rectangular planters a flexural strength that you won't find in pure cement planters. They will last for years after their stone counterparts fail. Even when faced with sever weather conditions, humidity and temperature extremes, these planters won't crack, warp, or rot. Our modern rectangular planters come in five different true-stone finishes, giving you a beautiful product that will withstand the test of time.

36"L x 24"W x 30"H

GFRC vs. Fiberstone - Finding the right material for your application.

What is GFRC?
Glass Fiber Reinforced Cement (GFRC) is a cement composite material that is composed of high-quality cement, glass fibers and other resins to increase strength and durability. GFRC planters look and feel exactly like conventional concrete, cement or stone but are much lighter weight - about 75% less! Additionally, GFRC is a less expensive material than Fiberstone.

What is Fiberstone?
Fiberstone looks identical to GFRC and weighs even less. Weighing in at around 1/3 the weight of GFRC, our Fiberstone is a fraction of the weight of cement, concrete and stone. We combine glass fiber, industrial resins and other composites to create this unique material. Its high impact resistance makes it ideal for use in busy public areas and commercial settings.