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Elongated planter

An enlongated planter for extra privacy

A planter can serve as a versatile and aesthetic partition element in your garden. With its elongated shape, the planter creates a beautiful separation between different parts of your outdoor space, such as a terrace and a lawn, or a terrace and a pool. By using an elongated planter, your garden gets a natural look and also provides additional privacy and protection against the wind. Fill the elongated flowerpot with a diverse assortment of plants, such as ornamental grasses or colorful flowers, to create a unique and personalized atmosphere. Whether you prefer a modern and sleek style or a more natural atmosphere, with the versatility of an elongated flowerpot as a divider, you have plenty of options.

How do you take care of your plants in a planter?

Of course, it is essential to take good care of your plants to help them grow healthy and happy. With the right care and attention, you can ensure that your plant pot always looks its best. Here are three handy tips to get you started.

1. Choose the right plants
Choosing the right plants for your planter box is essential. Consider the location of your planter box and the amount of sunlight the plants will receive. If your planter box gets a lot of sunlight, choose plants that thrive in sunny conditions, such as succulents or lavender. If your planter box is more shaded, choose shade-loving plants like ferns or hostas. Additionally, it is important to consider the size and growth rate of the plants so they do not overgrow too quickly.

2. Watering in the right way
It is important to regularly water your planter, but it is just as important to do it in the right way. Rather than watering your planter frequently, it is better to give it less water, but enough so that it can penetrate deep into the soil. This stimulates root growth and keeps your plants healthy. Regularly check if the soil is moist enough. Additionally, it can be useful to install overflow pipes in your planter, so that excess water can drain away and the roots do not get suffocated. (Note: Not applicable to corten steel planters.)

3. Pruning and caring
To keep your planter looking beautiful at all times, pruning and caring are of great importance. Regularly remove faded flowers and dead leaves to promote new growth. Additionally, it is important to regularly fertilize your plants so they receive sufficient nutrients. Use an organic fertilizer specifically designed for potted plants. Don't forget to regularly check your planter for any pests, such as aphids or snails, and take necessary measures to control them.