Planters

Planters:-

The first thing you need to know when choosing a pot for your plant, even before you look at the style you need for your home, is the size of pot you need for your plant. From our different categories, you can choose any variety of planters/pot matching the architecture of your residence area (Interior/outdoor) that will guide you to a perfect makeover.

Choosing your style

Before buying pots, consider the architecture of your residence and the style of garden you have.

Choose your shape

A row of our greenery-filled planters adds privacy to your interior/exterior space. Our different shapes planters anchor an entryway in style. Whether you have a large backyard that needs some sprucing up, or a small room or a tiny balcony that could stand a splash of colour or even just a desk or windowsill that's desperately in need of some greenery, there is a planter for you. With these shapes as your building blocks, you can easily give any area an exciting new makeover with our different shapes planters.

Choose your colour

Once you’ve decided on the style or styles that suit your indoor/outdoor space, choose a colour that complements or contrasts nearby plantings or buildings. Or mix it up! Many of our customers select multiple colours for added interest. As any plant lover knows, sometimes more is more.
Well, it is always recommended that placing a few planters in most of the rooms, the corridors as well as the garden; make the surroundings look more presentable. The level of sophistication or antiqueness depends on your choice of the planters you want to purchase in correspondence to the overall setting of your residence.
We at SHL, take exceptional pride in our services and have been providing planters to renowned customers, of different kinds such as Residential Apartments, Hotels, Offices, etc. All the plants are customized to suit your home’s décor, Colour Pallete, and Style. This will provide incomparable beauty to your front entrance, Balcony, Side Entrances, terrace, and Back Patio etc.

Polystone Planters:

Polystone is an extremely dense compound, made of Resin and stone powder that will stand up to the harshest of weather conditions whilst retaining its attractive appearance. Available in a variety of shapes and sizes, we are confident that our Polystone planters will suit any garden design, contemporary or classic.

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Hanging planters:

The shrinking sizes of homes these days are making it almost impossible for homeowners to surround themselves with greenery.
However, it doesn’t always have to be that way. With SHL by your side, you decorate your residential space with beautiful wall hanging planters in a matter of no time.

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Terracotta Planters:

The term terracotta (the term means "baked earth" in Italian) generally refers to an unglazed, somewhat porous ceramic made from clay. These are the familiar reddish-brown clay pots that are very popular as planting containers. Some terracotta has a glazed surface on the inside. Terracotta pots are classic planting pots, with a neutral and warm colour that makes almost any plant look great.
The range of quality and cost of terracotta pots is huge—from super cheap to phenomenally expensive.

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Ceramic Planters:

Ceramic pots come with a glaze that makes them perfect for indoor and outdoor decor. The benefits of adding Ceramic Pots to a garden area that they hold less moisture that is optimum when your plant’s soil should need to be kept moist and not wet. They are heavy and hence are better than the large plants because these plants balance the weight and avoid the plant from falling. Our never-seen-before collection will make your garden look exotic and beautiful. Our ceramic planters are available in a wide range of colours, shapes, and sizes.

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Concrete Planters:

Some of the most beautiful containers are made of concrete. The colours and shapes can be elegant and nuanced. The only drawback is weight—they can be ridiculously heavy. Hypertufa has some of the looks of concrete but is lighter.
Hypertufa is a lightweight concrete that is often done as a DIY project. Hypertufa containers are made by using a mixture of concrete, peat moss, and perlite or vermiculite, which is then cast into molds or simply shaped by hand. You can make textured pots by using a basket, leaves, shells, or other decorative items to stamp patterns in the finished pots.

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Plastic Planters:

Plastic is a low-density substance that makes these planters portable. Plastic garden pots have gained popularity in recent days because of their ease of use. Plastic planters are lightweight, easy to transport and come in a variety of designs, sizes, and styles that can suit your taste. They are also resistant to weather changes and retain water more efficiently than their traditional counterparts.
You can choose Plastic Planters as per your liking and convenience from a variety of colours, shapes, designs, and sizes.

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Metal Planters:

Metal containers can look fabulous. From giant feed troughs and brushed modern steel boxes to tin cans, there is any number of looks and styles of metal containers. A re-purposed file cabinet can even become a good planting container. Painted, brushed, or shiny metal surfaces can all work. Metal containers often develop a wonderful worn patina as they sit out in the weather. A copper pot, for example, may develop an attractive green finish over time.

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Wood Planters:

Wood is a natural building material that is gorgeous when used in planting pots and containers. Styles can range from super modern to very traditional, and sizes are equally varied. If you need a custom-size container to fit a specific area or need it to match colour, wood may be the least expensive and easiest choice. Made from the right type of wood, properly constructed, and well maintained, a wooden planting pot can last for many years.

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