Best outdoor planters: 8 options to create serenity in your garden

These outdoor planters are the key to unlocking a stylish green space

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These outdoor planters bring an essential element of nature and style to your garden. Filled with plants of your choice, from blooming flowers to cacti, these planters are capable of tying together your outdoor space with their beautiful designs. 

Plants can bring so many benefits to a garden, from a range of colors and textures to an organic, natural element to contrast a modern look. Greenery can come in forms either large or small, and allow for decoration vertically too if you don't want to spread plants out across your garden. By placing planters strategically in your garden, you can also create different zones in order to landscape, including more leisurely patio areas cordoned off by plants. Or if you're working with less space, then planters can also help container gardening ideas to flourish through their placement. 

With outdoor planters, unlocking the benefits of gardening will be a wholly stylish activity, so take your pick and begin growing your collection.

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If you have a very particular vision for your garden, and still wish to search for your perfect planter, then there are so many excellent, high-quality options out there that can withstand cold weather. These are our recommended retailers to browse outdoor planters: 

Molly Cleary
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 Molly is the Ecommerce Writer for Homes & Gardens and spends her time searching the internet for the next best thing for your home, with a focus on shopping edits and buying guides. Before joining Homes & Gardens, Molly graduated from the University of Exeter with a degree in English Literature, with previous internships undertaken at The Economist in her summer breaks.