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

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36"L x 24"W x 36"H

Attention city planners: are you looking for a way to add some bright natural color to the urban jungle? This large stone outdoor planter box is the answer to your prayers. Bright, luscious greenery lifts the spirits and makes people feel more at easy, but it's not always possible to plant a garden in the middle of the city. Well, now you can make your city's residents smile with the addition of bright blooms and shady trees no matter what the location. This 36" long by 24" wide by 24" high planter affords 12 square feet of interior space for planting any number of lovely flora. Annual flowers add a splash of color that can be changed out as the seasons go by; dense shrubs provide greenery that doubles as a living wall. You can even plant a number of dwarf fruit and shade trees in these spacious planters.

The uses for these Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete Planters are boundless. They make a great vehicle for directing foot traffic in municipal and business parks. They provide barricades for private spaces, and partitions for sectioning off large areas. And the best part is, they break up the monotonous cityscape with elegant beauty and joyful color.

36"L x 24"W x 36"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.