Trees can add a stately dynamic to any interior or exterior design. Unfortunately, in an increasingly urban environment it can be difficult to plant trees where they are desired. Instead of placing them in the ground, one creative solution is to use extra large planters for trees. By using planters, trees can be placed in both indoor and outdoor environments with very little hassle. Consider a few of our favorite extra large planters for trees that will help your designs stand out.
Each of these planters have options measuring at least 20 inches in width, perfect for making sure whatever tree you plant fits and has room to grow.
Extra large fiberglass planters are light, durable and UV resistant when covered in the right finish. Versatile, and able to be used for indoor and outdoor applications, the right tree variety paired with extra large fiberglass planters can be an excellent accent for any space.
Add some privacy to an exposed space by using trees and cube planters. Give the impression of sitting in the wild while you’re sitting on a patio.
Use extra long rectangular planters to add greenery to places with thinner dimensions. Though the type of tree may have to change to accommodate less room for the root structure, it’s still possible to have a tall tree in a skinnier space.
If the space is available, pairing trees with shorter plants can add dimension and interest to a design.
Recyclable Plastic Planters
One of the most economical options available for those looking to add a tree to a space is to use extra large, lightweight plastic planters.
Recyclable plastic planters are sturdy enough to handle the indoor and outdoor elements, but light enough to easily maneuver for ideal placement.
Plus, with a variety of colors and shapes it’s easy and inexpensive to transform a space.
Intriguing shapes and vibrant colors are an excellent way to help contribute to an overall aesthetic. Extra large lightweight planters make it easy to move greenery around when a change is needed.
For those looking to add trees to a design and keep it low-maintenance, consider an extra large self-watering planter.
Self-watering planters divide water and the plant’s roots with a separator. This separator forms a reservoir that can be filled with water as needed. As the tree needs moisture, water is drawn from the reservoir to the plant’s roots through a water-wicking system.
An extra large self watering planter can help to mimic outdoor conditions in an indoor environment, and help with overall tree maintenance.
Place a series of planters together with different tree species to create an intriguing display. Or simply use a tree with a commanding presence to make a statement.
Though there can definitely be challenges adding trees to a space, they can certainly make a big impact on a design.