ADEZZ Polymer Planters
Polymer Concrete is a moulded stone composite, which is ideal for use in public areas. Polymer Concrete is highly compressed, making it extremely durable. ADEZZ Polymer Concrete Planters are 100% waterproof, frost resistant and extremely heavy. The closed structure of Polymer Concrete means that it does not hold dirt and will naturally clean from rainwater. ADEZZ Polymer Concrete Planters include the Banco, Barro, Picasso, Besso and Bodil styles.
ADEZZ Polymer Concrete Planters are suitable for use both indoor (office) and outdoor use.
IDEAL FOR PUBLIC REALM AND URBAN STREETSCAPES
Polymer Concrete Planters are heavyweight, functional and aesthetically pleasing. Polymer Concrete is a highly compressed moulded stone composite that is extremely strong and ideal for use in public. The composite of natural minerals and binding agents, which are recyclable make the planter 100% water-tight and frost resistant.
The ADEZZ Polymer Besso Planter (pictured above) is available to purchase online in 5 different sizes including a colossal 235cm x 60cm style weighing 500kg!
CAD DRAWINGS AVAILABLE FOR ALL PRODUCTS
CAD Drawings for all ADEZZ Polymer Concrete Planters are available to download (see example below).
Select the product and size, and a thumbnail of the CAD Drawing will load. Right 'click' on the thumbnail and then 'save as' to download.
Celebrating 21 Years Online in 2021
"Well, doesn't time, fly! Thank you very much to all customers new and old for your support, we genuinely appreciate your business in an industry that we have remained passionate for over the last two decades. We look forward to the next 21 years. Note, a recent delivery that I made of large garden pots to the Isle of Bute in traitorous weather conditions (there and back) was far easier than getting Heidi to agree to have her picture on our new website!" Jeremy.
Pictured above. (2014) Lucy at Chenies Manor House Garden Show, Hertfordshire. (2012) Warehouse Manager Daniel, sitting on top of an ADEZZ Corten Steel Water Feature. (2015) Lucy, again this time at Helmingham Hall Spring Garden Fair, Suffolk. (2009) Tom sweeping up at 25 Soho Square, London W1. (2007) Jeremy, standing next to Riverhill Garden Supplies best-selling Terracotta Florentine Planters and finally (2017) Heidi, taking a break at RHS Chelsea!