Garden Pots & Planters – Indoor / Outdoor
Add a charming rustic touch to your garden with WilsonStone’s durable flower pots crafted to withstand any weather condition. Beautifully designed and crafted, these pots really bring your garden to life, providing a sophisticated addition that will last for many years to come.
Our range of garden pots includes sandstone and concrete pots, as well as pedestals in various shapes and sizes. Each has been designed to blend seamlessly into any outdoor or indoor area, and can be used in both private and corporate settings. You can even use them to start your own vegetable garden, or to plant that exotic palm you’ve always dreamed of having. Browse our wide range of pots online, or visit our showroom in Kensington, Johannesburg, to make your selection.
3 Factors for choosing garden pots
When it comes to choosing garden pots, your selection depends on three main factors:
First is aesthetics: A pot is to a plant what a frame is to a painting. As such, it should be subtle yet attractive; a perfect complement to the plant and its surroundings.
It’s obvious then that a cheap or gaudy pot will detract from the prettiness of the plant and create an ugly eyesore in the area. However, an attractive, sophisticated pot will do just the opposite, enhancing the beauty of the plant and providing an eye-catching vessel in which it can grow and flourish.
The second factor is the type of plant you’re growing: In order for the plant to thrive, you need to choose the right size and style of garden pots, and this will depend on whether you’re growing flowers, shrubs or trees. While saplings can grow in almost any container, they require appropriate vessels as they grow, so that their root systems are able to develop. When choosing your pots, chat to one of our potting experts for advice on which to select.
Thirdly, think about where you’ll be placing the plant. Choose fancier, ornate pots to add a design feature to a home, office or public space. Alternatively, opt for an understated unit if you wish to add a subtle touch without making the plant or its container the main focus of the space.