Share your spring displays with us!
Spring is one of our very favourite times of year here at Amberol. Sunny days and April showers provide great conditions for a whole range of plants to flourish, particularly if they are planted in a self-watering container, creating optimum conditions for growth.
With summer around the corner, it’s now that the hard work of Britain in Bloom groups and councils during the autumn and winter months really pays off as a whole range of stunning spring flowers burst into life. Tulips, hyacinths, bluebells, carnations and crocuses all thrive in Amberol’s outdoor self-watering planters, so keep your eyes peeled to see if you can spot any on your high street.
We are always happy to see photos of our self-watering products in situ and wanted to share these lovely spring images from Draycott in Bloom and Market Harborough in Bloom to brighten up your day. If you have any images of super spring flowers in your area, do send them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Draycott’s displays using the colourful combination of hyacinths and daffodils in Amberol’s precinct fountain planters and floral fountain planters show the stunning impact that our tiered planters can create.
Market Harborough in Bloom has created beautiful spring displays around the town square and along the High Street using our ever popular metre square planters which contain a lovely combination of primroses, daffodils, tulips and pansies to really brighten up the town.
Whatever planters you already have or are considering getting, our trademarked self-watering system makes it easier to produce stunning floral displays all year round. Our self-watering stone effect troughs and wood effect barrels bring a sense of tradition and heritage while our wicker effect hanging baskets, up the pole baskets and barrier containers are a great way of creating floral colour and layering at different levels.
For more information about our wide range of commercial planterware and self-watering containers, call Amberol on 01773 830 930 today.