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With 50 years of experience, Amberol is the nation’s leading provider of Self-watering planters. But that’s not all!

As well as our self-watering products, designed for longer-lasting floral displays, we also produce a unique range of durable street furniture including bench seating and bins suitable for indoors and outdoors. With such a wide range of products available we have options to suit every need - not sure what would be best for you? Call our team for advise or a free consultation. 

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Our watering crews now manage with just two visits per week to water planters during the summer.

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Use the great outdoors to help support the health and wellbeing of young people
Use the great outdoors to help support the health and wellbeing of young people

The pandemic has been hard on every demographic of society, with those at either end of the age spectrum possibly suffering the most during lockdown and enforced periods of isolation.

Amberol support RHS research into link between gardening and wellbeing
Amberol support RHS research into link between gardening and wellbeing

At Amberol we have long believed that gardening has a whole range of physical and psychological benefits. So, when we were approached to support a research project looking into the possible link between wellbeing and greenery, we were happy to offer our help.

What, where and why is litter being dropped in the UK?
What, where and why is litter being dropped in the UK?

Sadly, litter has been making headlines for all the wrong reasons over recent months with images of excessive littering in public areas, beaches and even in rural areas. If we are to tackle the scourge of littering, it’s important to understand what is being littered, where and why. A report published earlier this year by Keep Britain Tidy was commissioned by Defra to look into these areas.