Things To Consider When Choosing Commercial Grade Planters
We fully understand that the task of choosing the correct commercial planters to display outside of your storefront, office or dining establishment can be a daunting one, which is why we are here to help. You’ve worked hard to build your business, so there is no reason why you should waste your time shopping around. Proceed to read over our list of things you MUST consider when browsing to learn more about the best ways to go about choosing your industrial plant containers. Doing so can save you time, money and trouble!
The first thing you will need to establish is the purpose your new plant containers will serve. Are you wanting to decorate, frame an entrance, add dimension, enhance privacy or section of a certain area? The purpose of your planters could definitely impact the type of container that is appropriate for the job at hand.
Second, you have to consider the space you are working with. Will you be placing the planters on the deck, in the parking lot, in a lobby, in a reception room or in a personal office? The larger the space, the more options you have. However, we carry a variety of small planters that look great when incorporated into design schemes or simply placed on top of a desk.
You will also need to consider the scale needed to complement the planter’s surroundings. Generally, if you will be placing the planters outdoors near the side of a building, it’s ideal to opt for some of our extra large planters and pots. Pots or planters that will be placed in cramped office spaces, meeting rooms and other smaller areas will likely need to be smaller in scale in order to prevent them from overpowering the rest of the room.
Another factor that needs to be considered when choosing the types of planters to finish off corporate settings is the type of plant they will contain. If you select plants with deep roots, you’ll need to go with a larger tree planter. Whereas, if you are wanting to use the planters to plant flowers, herbs or other types of short vegetation, it’s recommended you stick with smaller pots that won’t consume their contents.
Last but not least, you will want to consider the shape of the planters you will be needing. For example, if you will be using the garden containers to create a border or a privacy fence, you’ll want to choose rectangular planters or square planters. If you want to use them as corner accents or patio pots, it might be best to select round planters. We even carry cylindrical planters and planters that feature unique shapes or accenting.
Now that you know the various things you need to consider when purchasing commercial plant containers, you should have a good idea of which types will fit your needs. Feel free to shop our online catalog or give us a call if you would like to place a custom order.