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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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Introducing the UK’s RHS community gardens
Introducing the UK’s RHS community gardens

Access to green space is generally acknowledged as playing an important part in both physical and mental wellbeing, which is one reason why the RHS has long championed community gardening. The organisation’s drive to promote community gardening took a significant step forward during National Gardening Week, which took place earlier this month.

In praise of the tulip
In praise of the tulip

The tulip is one of the most colourful and varied of our springtime flowers – and is always a beautiful sight at this time of year. So we were interested to hear about how this popular flower is being celebrated in Scotland at the North Berwick Tulip Festival.

Self-watering planters’ sustainability and style attract Kings Heath BID
Self-watering planters’ sustainability and style attract Kings Heath BID

Kings Heath is a suburb of Birmingham with its own distinct character. Situated four miles south of the city centre, Kings Heath was first established as an independent village in the early 1800s when it became a fashionable place for wealthy manufacturers and businessmen to live. The introduction of the railway in 1840 further fuelled development, and by 1900 it was a thriving town centre. The village has since been absorbed by the City of Birmingham and is now the third busiest shopping centre in the city.