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USE OF FIBREGLASS POTS AND PLANTERS

Fibreglass and resin based products are fragile by nature. Whilst fibreglass is a perfect medium for creating modern, stylish planters and pots, there are some guidelines that need to be followed to ensure the structural integrity of your pots is maintained.

The roots of plants and trees cause destruction to even the hardest of material i.e. concrete, asphalt, clay and even steel.  For this reason it is not recommended or suggested that you plant directly into fibreglass planters or pots (with exception of small square or round planters up to 30cm diameter).

Fibreglass pots and planters are not designed to be filled with soil from the base to the top. The weight and pressure of the soil can cause damage and cracking to the fibreglass. Where soil is placed in the top quarter of a pot for shallow planting i.e. annuals and perennials, the depth of soil should not exceed 25% of the total volume of the pot or planter.  

It is recommended that trees and plants are contained in plastic pots and placed inside the fibreglass pot.  The surrounds of the plants / trees can have a wire mesh, chicken wire or similar material placed inside the pot and pebbles can then be spread across the wire to create the impression that the tree or plants are planted inside the pot.

This process also assists should there ever be a requirement to move the pot.

Topez Pty Ltd guarantees all fibreglass pots and planters for a period of 90 days against defects and faulty workmanship.  Topez Pty Ltd does not guarantee any fibreglass pot or planter that has been planted into directly.  All guarantees are void in the event of direct planting or the pots being filled with soil.

 

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FREIGHT

All prices listed on the website is Excluding freight.

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