Tall Terracotta Pots

A tall pot can enhance your garden space by adding height and interest, drawing the eye to a particularly attractive area or drawing the eye away from a less favoured part of the garden (we all have them!)  When positioning a tall planter in a group of pots against a wall or fence and planting with tall plants, it will be best placed at the back so as not to block light and air from its lower neighbours. If you are grouping in an open area, then tall pots look great taking centre stage. 

Care must be taken not to plant with top-heavy plants in tall, narrow pots as they are less stable than low planters but can look stunning with a cascade of trailing plants or with climbers that need the extra space for their roots.  Just one tall pot can easily bring elegance to your outdoor space, look super in pairs either side of entranceways and if you have the room can create an impressive effect if several are positioned in a linear display.

Camelia Alta

Camelia Alta

This pot is superb for use as a camellia planter

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Conca Alta

Conca Alta

A stylish tall vase that adds height to displays. They look great with trailing plants, or tall flowers like Agapanthus and look stunning with a standard bay or rose. The Conca Alta looks super in pairs either side of entranceways and if you have the room can create an impressive effect if several are positioned in a linear display.

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Vaso Alto Moderno

Vaso Alto Moderno

Beautiful, elegant tall pot which looks stunning alone or to give impressive height to a cluster of planters. The Alto Moderno has a very attractive, unusual finish to it which feels rough to the touch and with its moderate flaring and eagle beak style of rim, this contemporary style of planter will suit both interior and exterior areas.

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Vaso Stretto Rigato

Vaso Stretto Rigato

NEW DESIGN! An elegant, tall planter with a contemporary ribbed decoration. These pots look stunning planted with Agapanthus or Buxus for a more formal look and stand well either side of an entranceway, as part of a linear display or standing amongst a border.

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