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1969 - 2019 Fifty years of making a visible difference
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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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Amberol website gets a new look for a new decade
Amberol website gets a new look for a new decade

Have you visited the Amberol website recently? If not, now would be a good time to take a fresh look as we are delighted to announce some changes. In fact, the whole website has had a bit of an exciting makeover to mark the start of a new decade.

Join the war against litter with the Great British Spring Clean
Join the war against litter with the Great British Spring Clean

With the Great British Spring Clean 2020 officially launched in January, momentum for the annual initiative is starting to build. This year’s event runs from 20th March to 13th April and the aim is to make the 2020 campaign even bigger and better. In 2019, over half a million volunteers were involved in everything from litter picks to individual litter pledges. This year the campaign’s target is to involve at least 600,000 people.

Can your local economy benefit from Britain in Bloom?
Can your local economy benefit from Britain in Bloom?

Investing in the built environment costs money. Many of our customers have to balance the benefits of initiatives such as creating floral displays and keeping the streets tidy with shrinking budgets. So, is the money that is spent on community projects such as brightening community areas, entering Britain in Bloom and funding litter facilities and campaigns really worth it?