Planter with or without legs?
Whether you need a planter with or without legs depends on the desired application and the design of the room in which you want to place the planter.
A planter without legs is often suitable for use on a table, windowsill or other raised surface. This can be a good choice if you have limited floor space or want to combine the planter with other decorative items on a table or windowsill.
A planter with legs, on the other hand, can be a good option if you have more floor space and want to use the planter as a standalone item. Planters with legs come in different heights, so you can choose a height that suits the design of the room and the desired look.
It depends on personal preference and the design of the room where the planter will be placed whether you need a planter with or without legs.
Planter with or without wheels?
A planter with wheels can be useful if you want to move the planter regularly to change the plants' location or if you need to move the planter to take care of the plants. Wheels make moving the planter easier and prevent you from having to lift or move the planter.
However, if you want to place the planter in a fixed location and do not plan to move it, wheels may not be necessary.
In general, planters with wheels are useful for use in outdoor areas such as terraces, balconies and gardens where planters need to be moved regularly to be exposed to sunlight, rain and other weather conditions. Planters with wheels are also useful for indoor use in spaces where plants need to be moved regularly to optimise lighting or temperature.
Whether or not you need a planter with wheels depends on your personal preference and the location and use of the planter.
Planter with or without a base?
Whether a planter needs a bottom depends on how and where the planter will be used.
If the planter is used indoors, it is usually better to have a bottom to prevent water or soil from spilling onto the floor. If the planter is used outdoors, it depends on the situation. If the planter is placed on a hard surface such as concrete, stone or wood, having a bottom can prevent the planter from retaining water and drowning the plants. However, if the planter is placed on grass or soil, having no soil can actually help drain excess water and contribute to healthier plant growth.
In short, it depends on the situation and personal preference whether a planter needs a soil or not.