Welcome to Amberol, the nation's leading provider of Self-watering planters.
But that's not all!

Our vision is to transform communities: with stunning floral displays that beautify and attract; with bins that help keep Britain tidy and the environment safe; and with seating to encourage people to pause and enjoy!

With the use of Amberol’s special Self-watering System our watering crews now manage with just two visits per week to water planters during the summer. This would compare to daily visits when we had traditional baskets. Read our case studies
FM World and Amberol - how floral displays can transform a venue

FM World and Amberol - how floral displays can transform a venue

Amberol’s managing Director Patience Atkinson-Gregory was recently featured in FM World magazine explaining how floral displays can enhance and transform a range of public spaces from leisure centres to schools to railway stations. FM World is the news and information service of the British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) which provides news and views from a wide range of industry sectors.

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As Britain in Bloom judging approaches, self-watering planters help keep floral displays fresh

As Britain in Bloom judging approaches, self-watering planters help keep floral displays fresh

As In Bloom groups and councils prepare for regional judging in the 2018 Britain in Bloom competition, many are turning to self-watering planters to help keep their displays in tip top condition during the recent spell of hot weather.

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How to save water in your garden this summer

How to save water in your garden this summer

Businesses, Britain in Bloom groups and councils all over the UK use Amberol’s extensive range of self-watering planters to save time, water and money when maintaining floral displays in the warm summer months.

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Our handy hint

Be inventive – plants will grow in almost anything. Sinks, baths, even wellington boots can make quirky containers - although they may not provide ideal growing conditions.