Containers expand your horticultural horizon bringing form and life to new areas of the garden. Informal or formal planting can add colour, perfume and interest. There are so many ways to use our planters for spring, summer, autumn or winter; a helpful guide is to either have one large pot or a collection in odd numbers.
Nestled into borders, at the end of an avenue or used as a focal point, a decorative pot can be used as an unpretentious but satisfactory way of giving meaning to areas in the garden. Decorative pots do not need to be planted up as they are sculptural in their form, but placing a temporary pot in the top can add colour in the summer months.