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What Are Modular Planters, And Why Should You Choose Them?

March 05, 2019

You can arrange them around columns or fit them to corners

Modular planters are available in all kinds of shapes:

  • Rectangular
  • Square
  • L-shaped
  • Petal-shaped
  • Round
  • Quarter arc
  • Quarter round
  • Square arc

The best thing about modular planters is that you can arrange them in just about any configuration you want! This allows you to truly customize the planters to your space. You can get rounded planters to wrap around columns, trees, or shrubs. You can arrange rectangular planters to wrap around inner or outer corners. Rounded planters can even be arranged in curvy serpentine patterns. You can arrange them to fit perfectly alongside your outdoor furniture, fountains, statuary, and more, no matter the shape.

Varying heights makes for good design

Any designer will tell you that varied heights make a space more interesting, so that’s why it looks so great when you have some taller and shorter modular planters stacked next to each other. With a few different heights of planters and a few different types of foliage, it’ll look like you hired a professional landscape architect or interior designer. 

Modular planters have a sleek, modern appearance

With their clean lines and sharp edges, modular planters look stylish and contemporary no matter where you place them. They are available in different neutral colors to complement your garden space, from matte black to concrete and rust colored options. 

The fiberglass material is lightweight and easy to move

Many modular planters look like they’re made from concrete or stone, but our modular planters by Campania International are actually made from fiberglass, which has many benefits! Fiberglass is a great material for commercial and residential planters because it’s a durable and maintenance-free material. It will stand up to weather when used outdoors. If you ever have to move your planters, fiberglass is far easier to move than stone or concrete planters—though it gives you the same appearance as a stone or concreate material. And, it’s easy to create fiberglass planters in many different shapes.


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