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Relais Urn Garden Planter - Shown in Verde (VE) - Outdoor Art ProsRelais Urn Garden Planter
Rioja Glazed Terra Cotta Planter Set of 2 in Cola FinishRioja Glazed Terra Cotta Planter Set of 2 in Plum Finish
Round Handle Planter in Antique White - Outdoor Art ProsRound Handle Planter in Antique White - Outdoor Art Pros
Rustic Hampton Urn Garden Planter - Outdoor Art ProsCampania International Color Chart - Outdoor Art Pros
Rustic Palazzo Urn Garden PlanterRustic Palazzo Urn Garden Planter
Sabine Short Glazed Terra Cotta Planter in Flint FinishSabine Short Glazed Terra Cotta Planter in Sapphire Finish
Sem Planter in Graphite - Outdoor Art ProsSem Planter in Riviera Blue - Outdoor Art Pros
Smithsonian Grecian Urn Garden Planter - Outdoor Art ProsSmithsonian Grecian Urn Garden Planter - Outdoor Art Pros
Sora Jar | Glazed Terra CottaSora Jar | Glazed Terra Cotta
Ta Som Planter Set of 2 in Angkor - Outdoor Art ProsTa Som Planter Set of 2 in Angkor Green Mist - Outdoor Art Pros
Talavera Jar in Riviera Blue - Outdoor Art ProsTalavera Jar in Riviera Blue - Outdoor Art Pros
The Elms Urn Garden PlanterCampania International Color Chart - Outdoor Art Pros
Thea Planter in Antico Terra Cotta - Outdoor Art ProsThea Planter in Antico Terra Cotta - Outdoor Art Pros
Valadier Urn Garden PlanterCampania International Color Chart - Outdoor Art Pros

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Choosing the Right Urn Planter

When buying an urn planter, it's best to be certain about what you'll be using it for. Because they're usually larger in size, urn planters are less portable than other types of planters. This is particularly true of models made of cast stone. The material is very heavy and therefore not that easy to move around your backyard. Cast stone is also highly durable, which means that the planter will serve you for a long, long time. Just make sure you've found the right spot for your urn planter before you purchase it.

Urns tend to be narrower than bowls or other similar types of planters. Think of them as outdoor vases that carry living flowers. As you surely know, some flower species need more room to grow properly, so you'll need to place them in a planter that gives them the needed space. The best thing to do here is to first decide what flowers you'll grow in your planter and then buy one that's just the right size.

Elevate Your Garden with an Urn Planter

Now that you're ready to buy an urn planter, it's time to browse our collection and pick the model that's best for you. And there's plenty to choose from because our urn planters come in all shapes and sizes. Depending on what you'll be planting in it, you can choose a deep urn or one that's shallower. There's the choice of wide or narrow, as well as simple design, texture, and beautiful patterns.

When it comes to height, all urns come with their own pedestals. They vary in height and some of them are merely there to hold the tall planters firmly in place. If you want to highlight the planter even more and make it the focal point of your backyard, you can combine the urn of your choice with a tall pedestal that goes well with its size and design. Most planters made of cast stone give you a choice between twelve different finishes so that you can have one that fits in perfectly with the look and feel of your garden.