5 Outdoor Planters You'll Want to Put On Your Patio Right Now
High-impact planters can be the secret to bringing your outdoor living space together. And it's worth the investment to get a quality planter that holds the water and soil that your flowers and vegetables need to thrive. You don’t need a sprawling garden or sunroom to enjoy a dose of greenery. These planters combine sculptural style with intriguing textures, and they’re designed for both indoor and outdoor spaces. These are a few of our favorites—and they’re all available now.
Campania Celine Planter
This concrete planter combines two trends in one: industrial style and dish gardens. A low, porous design is ideal for displaying low-growing herbs or annuals on a tabletop. There is a small drainage hole in the bottom that makes it so you can grow low-moisture plants like succulents and cacti as well.
Nova Resin Plant Containers
Unbreakable planters: perfect for yards with kids and pets running around. These gray resin planters come in a pack of two and are much lighter than ceramic or fiberglass planters, making them easy to move around your patio or front entry. Unlike plastic planters, these are UV- and frost-resistant so they'll last years.
Westbury Square Resin Pot
Calling all Fixer Upper fans! These farmhouse-inspired planters look like galvanized metal, but they’re actually made of UV-protected resin. Tall grasses will imitate the upright, grooved-texture of the outside. Pick your favorite spillers, fillers, and thrillers and fill up the planters with color at varying heights.
Howell Tall Cement Planter
Texture is a wonderful way to jazz up neutral pots without stealing the spotlight from dramatic foliage and colorful plants. Group several of these short and tall containers near the front door for an impactful entry display. Your planters will be the envy of the neighborhood and up your home's curb appeal.
Wetterland Fiberglass Pot
Get the look of a rusted metal pot without the impossible-to-move weight. This fiberglass pot is designed for outdoor use (it's weather resistant) and is a dramatic addition to your container garden collection. The weathered look pairs perfectly with large, tropical leaves or brightly-colored spillers like sweet potato vine.