A summer garden just isn’t complete without beautiful planters containing beautiful things. Whatever look you’re going for, we can help. We’ve compiled a list of creative ways to plant up your own stylish wooden planters.
For the budding chef
Why not plant some herbs in your planter? Not only will it make your garden look extra beautiful and give it more incredible shades of greens but it will also add a purpose. Adding some fragrant mint, rosemary, thyme or basil can all be very helpful when it comes to the kitchen. We recommend adding in some lemongrass into the middle of these herbs for a more striking look.
Bright and bold
If bright colours are your thing, we know just what you need. For bright pinks, we recommend rhododendron or azaleas, or begonias and dahlias. Want to go the extra mile for that pink colour? Why not plant your very own cherry blossom tree! For yellows, the staple flower is a sunflower and honestly, it’s beautiful on its own but pairing it with daffodils and tulips can really give your garden the bright and airy summer feel it deserves. For a cooler colour flower, like blue and purple, we recommend delphiniums and hydrangeas.
Keep it green
This may seem unusual but keeping things green can enhance your garden and what grass you have, giving your garden a ‘full’ feel. Try planting some collard greens for an easy and versatile southern garden feel, that not only looks good but will taste good too! To really get your green thumbs going, try planting some other vegetables and leafy greens such as cabbages, leeks, potatoes or cauliflowers. Greens work well with almost any container, so you can’t go wrong!
Show your true colours
Got something special you love and want to represent the colours in your garden? Maybe it’s a football team or another sports team, maybe it’s one of the pride flags or maybe it’s just one of your favourite colour combinations, embrace it in your garden aesthetic when planting out your planter.
Drought friendly plants
Topping your container with smooth stones, pebbles and sand and adding a succulent plant such as an agave is certain to jazz up your garden, giving it a slightly desert feel! This type of plant is particularly good if you live in hot, humid climates as they don’t require much water or maintenance.
Keep it simple
Adding something simple like a single tree or maybe a rose bush is a fantastic way to use your wooden planter. You could even add giant daisies or another meadow plant for a simple but elegant cottage style look. If you’re looking for something more contemporary, a single yucca or cordyline.
Bursting for the Bees
All about harnessing the bees for garden power? Why not fill your wooden planter to the brim with some wildflowers? These annuals are great for bees, butterflies and helping to pollinate your garden. What’s more, packets of seeds are budget friendly and produce an abundance of colour and flowers in variety.
Finding the perfect wooden planter for your garden
Here at Taylor Made Planters, we’re quite the experts on planters and gardens, and as such we know we have a wooden planter that will be suited to you perfectly. All of our planters come in the shade of their natural material, however, we can paint them for you or you can paint them yourself. Get in touch with us to discuss what we can do for you!
Looking for something stylish and bold? Our Kensington planter is one of our best sellers, a top choice for any garden needing an upgrade. Our Kensington planter looks fantastic with any plants, making it the ideal choice for those who want to play around with their garden style. Looking for a sleek touch? Our Riddings planters are slimline and tall, making them great to hold small trees, round bushes or delicate flowers. Go regal with our Regency planter, a striking choice for any patio, perfect for lavender and rose bushes.
Of course, these are just a few of the many options we have available here at Taylor Made and any of our planters can contain whatever you please. To view our entire range of wooden planters, visit the section on our website.
Wooden planters aren’t your style? We also have a huge range of contemporary planters, from fibreglass and fiberstone to corten steel and terracotta. Interested in knowing more about any of the planters or have any questions? Get in touch with us using our contact form or alternatively, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 024 7746 1061.