Gabion Planter

Gabion planters used as flower beds, plant beds and a large range of decorative features by landscapers and gardeners.

Manufactured in the UK to BS EN standards

Key Info

  • Starting from £12.99
  • Corrosion resistance
  • Lifespan of 50 years +

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How to Make a Planter

To Do Explanation
Step 1 – Add the container

Place a container into the gabion.

The container will be the section that you will later add your plants.

Step 2 – Fill with rocks

Place rocks around the container

Before you add the rocks tie the sides of the gabion together with wire to add stability.

You can remove the wire as soon as the rocks have been added.

Step 3 – Cut a hole in the lid

Place the lid panel on top

Then cut a hole around the opening of the container using a good pair of wire clippers.

Step 4 – Secure the lid

Secure the lid to the side panels using helical or tying wire.

Step 5 – Add your plants

Finally, add the soil and plants into the container.



What are gabion planters for?

They are sturdy metal baskets, which are filled with stones to create a landscaping feature for your garden.

What do you fill these planters with?

They can be filled with various materials, including rubble, stones, and hard-core, with a layer of decorative stone at the front. Filling materials should be over 75mm in diameter to make sure they stay in the cage.