22 February 2016
Filed to: Home & Garden Features
Over the years Fibrestone has proven to be one of the favourite choices for both our landscape garden designers and retail customers. This is mainly due to their hardy nature courtesy of the stone powder mixed into the composite during the manufacturing process. The colour is then applied evenly to each planter, proving a sleek finish which is easy to wipe down, keeping the planters looking newer for longer.
Originally, Fibrestone was available in the faux lead Chelsea design and the black and white contemporary options. The faux lead Chelsea is available in a range of sizes in cylinders, troughs and boxes allowing customers to pick and choose from the range depending on the desired look and plants being potted. The contemporary range is available in a choice of tall tapered planters, troughs and boxes catering for all spaces.
Now, we have expanded our range to include both red and grey contemporary models. These are available in boxes, troughs and flared planters. The red finish adds a touch a colour, and works really well alongside the white, black and grey models.