Garden pots are great for growing many plants and with the right choice they can add style and substance to a garden or courtyard.
Used alone they can act as a feature, in groups they can add substance to a paved courtyard. A good design idea is to use pots of different sizes.some can even be lifted up on stands or bricks to add height and variation to the garden.
Large rustic garden pots can look great in many of Hobart’s older styles gardens.
Many styles of garden pots and planter boxes are available for Hobart, Launceston and Tasmania, both rustic and contemporary designs.
We list suppliers of Terra cotta, stone, PVC, steel cast iron and even aluminium the variety of garden pots available is endless. Styles include: Terra cotta Pots, Glazed Pots, Metal Pots, Flowers Pots, Tubs, Urns, Planters, Street Planters, Office Planters, Self Watering Pots and Classical Pots.
Garden Pots Hobart – Participating Suppliers of Garden Pots and Planters For Hobart and Tasmania
Wholesaler of garden pots and accessories from around the world. All pots available from our warehouse in Melbourne, for distribution Australia wide & overseas. Glazed Outdoor & Indoor, Atlantis, Thai Limestone, Old Stone, Lightweight Metro Light, Pret-a-Pot, Iron Rust, Rustic, Cast Iron.
Lightweight pots, Heavy weight pots & planters, urns, water features, statues, sculpture, bird baths and accessories Australia wide. Huge range, premium quality and best prices. Supplying retail, wholesale, corporate & trade
Australian franchise of the international brand IOTA Garden and Home. We work closely with landscapers, architects, and developers, orders of all sizes from domestic projects to contract supply for developments and public works.
Unit 3/15 Kerr Rd Ingleburn NSW 2565
Unique range of lightweight fibreglass, glazed, rustic old stone sandstone/clay and pottery for backyards and patios or commercial design features.
Growing Native Plants in pots and containers in Tasmania.
With our sometimes wet and cold conditions it can be difficult to grow some plants, especially those wonderful native plants from Western Australia in Tasmania.
The answer to this may well be to grow them in pots and containers where drainage can be controlled and where plants can be moved to the warmest, sunniest position possible.
Selection of potting mix is crucial when growing plants in pots and with Australian Native plants this is even more important. Look for a potting mix that has no water retention crystals added,an open free draining potting mix and a well drained pot can make all the difference.
POTS DIRECT – 03 9391 6643
POTSONLINE – 1300 370 269