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Modern Outdoor Planters

If you’re wondering, “What’s the difference between a pot and a planter?” but you’re too afraid to ask, we’re here to clear the air (much like plants do!). Here’s the inside scoop: Pots are usually smaller than planters, and they’re designed to contain one plant, often a small one. Planters are larger than pots and may contain one or more plants — like a fiddle leaf fig tree or an assortment of succulents or herbs.

Outdoor Planter Materials

While many materials — from stone and metal to wood and laminate — thrive in the great indoors, not all fair equally well outside where they’re exposed to the elements. It’s important to keep durability in mind when selecting a pot or planter for your outdoor space. Whether you have a petite balcony overlooking city streets or a sprawling pool deck, there’s a durable piece that’s ready to take on the harshest of weather conditions.

Recycled plastic plant pots, as well as plastic planter boxes, are waterproof, fade-resistant, and maintenance-free. Similarly, a polyethylene planter is UV- and weather-resistant. These types of pots and planters can add a modern touch to your outdoor space. If you want to brighten an area with a pop of color, consider a powder-coated steel planter box that reads contemporary-chic.

Outdoor ceramic planters and glazed earthenware pieces are also an ideal choice for use on a porch or sun deck. These convey a more natural, organic aesthetic.

Don’t forget: Play with shapes and sizes! Vary the heights of your pots and planters to create a lush and visually interesting landscape.