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
Funding for Britain in Bloom – what are the alternatives to sponsorship?

Funding for Britain in Bloom – what are the alternatives to sponsorship?

​We understand that for many Britain in Bloom groups, charities and community improvement initiatives, commercial sponsorship is an important source of funding. However, although many groups seek sponsorship from industry (and it is a very effective way of raising money), there are other forms of fundraising that Britain in Bloom groups might like to consider alongside commercial sponsorship from local businesses.

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How our self-watering planters have helped our customers

How our self-watering planters have helped our customers

The location, surroundings and size of projects may vary, but one thing unites all of the councils, Britain in Bloom groups and businesses that we supply self-watering containers to: their desire to improve the visual appearance of their area.

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Congratulations to Amberol customers at regional Britain in Bloom awards

Congratulations to Amberol customers at regional Britain in Bloom awards

With the regional Britain in Bloom awards season getting into full swing, we have been delighted to see so many Amberol customers being rewarded for their hard work. There’s too many to mention you all here, so here’s a little snapshot...

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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.