GEOmetric fibreglass planters are cubed, tapered, spherical, extra large and small and suit the clean lines of contemporary architecture and planting.
Textured faux lead and textured aluminium are the standard finishes. In addition, smooth faux lead, smooth aluminium, penny bronze, stone, beaten copper and bronze finishes that even the keenest eye cannot distinguish from the original materials are available on request.
GEO PLANTERS SUIT THE CLEAN LINES OF CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE
Sitting in front of the popular Cromwell Planter, the GEO Cube (pictured above), planted with pink cyclamen in the textured faux lead finish. Available in 5 different sizes, the largest 100cm x 100cm x 100cm GEO Cube will house most large specimen trees. The vast proportions of the imposing GEO Tall Vase Planter (pictured below) make an awe-inspiring statement. It is the first choice for designers looking for height in their design. Lightweight yet durable and wholly non-corrosive and frost-resistant, the GEO Tall Vase Planter is a stylish fibreglass planter; the Penny Bronze finish is so authentic that even the keenest eye cannot distinguish it from the original materials.
GEO Round Pots, (pictured below in smooth aluminium) are available in 4 different sizes. The classic round tapering shape makes these contemporary planters perfect when teamed with structural, architectural plants. Manufactured from lightweight fibreglass, they are easy to handle and used in applications where weight is an issue.
Fibreglass GEO Spheres (pictured above in aluminium) mass planted with ferns have been adapted for this commission at the Eden Project, Cornwall, to produce stunning results. A wonderfully versatile material, fibreglass is maintenance-free and light in weight. Completely frost-proof and non-corrosive, it is superior to terracotta, stone and even some metals and is ideal for use inside and out.