Durable Planters & Pots With Unique Details
The Cortenfactory offers durable planters, pots and plant containers in metal. From custom-made large pots to smaller standard sizes in both Corten or lacquered in any RAL color. Cortenfactory’s own unique design mixes only the best materials with function for pots, flower boxes and planters in various shapes. We also offer unique trellises that fit.
Customized planters with optional metal thickness, Corten & lacquered
Q & A
Large range of modern unique porch planters and pot containers, both custom & standard sizes. Ranging from large black planter to a vintage planters made of Corten. The Cortenfactory’s own unique design only mixes the best materials with function.
Consider the full-grown size of the plant when choosing the flower pot size. You don’t want to buy unique planters that are too small and will need to be replaced as the tree or shrub grows. Second, measure the size of the root ball. The plant’s roots will need room to spread out, so make sure you choose modern planters large enough to accommodate them. About 3 times larger vintage planters than root ball is a good rule of thumb.
Corten is a durable material that is also maintenance-free. You get frost-resistant winter planters that achieves a beautiful deep red-brown color from its copper when exposed to outdoor environments. Changing weather transform the surface of porch planters from the usual color of steel to over time achieving a thin protective reddish-brown rust layer.
The protective patina prevents the steel from corroding on your modern planters, requires no painting and does not damage the strength of the steel. The steel’s thickness of 3-4 mm gives weight and creates a stable, durable vintage planters in any fancy garden.
Yes, we can arrange that. We can for example ensure you get a large black planter or in any other RAL color. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a quote.
Via our measurement calculator, you can calculate how many liters of soil and leca you need to fill your vintage planters. On the same page, we also describe how to create a self-watering planter.