Pots & Planters

We have one of the largest displays of garden pots and planters in the south of England.  All of our pots are either frost proof or have very high frost resistance.  We only buy high quality pots, but because of the quantity we sell, we can pass on the savings to you.  Our pot prices are always very reasonable and many pots have deals on them, so pop down to take a look.  Most of our pots and planters (not plastic, timber or stoneware) are sourced from our supplier Woodlodge.  To see their full range please click here.

We always have an excellent range of high quality pots to choose from including:

Terracotta
All shapes and sizes, handmade by skilled craftsman.  From traditional to contemporary.  Most of our terracotta pots are totally frost proof.


Glazed
Bring some colour in to your garden with one or more of our glazed pots.  Marry your choice of plant with the right glazed pot and create a striking focal point in your outdoor space.  From vibrant reds and blues to pastille shades of purples and greens, the choice is significant.

Lightweight Fibre Pots
All the style with far less weight.  Cutting edge `fibre` materials are used in this range to create anything from a convincing `stone` look, to ultra modern pots with smooth polished granite look sides.  The range includes Fibreclay, Fibrerock, Fibrestone and Granitelite.

Plastic Pots
Everything that you may need is available here at Smith`s.  From multipacks of tiny seed pots to very large contemporary pots for planting specimen shrubs.  We mainly stock the range of pots from Stewart Garden as they are of superior quality

Stoneware Pots
Within our impressive Stoneware range our some lovely planters made of reformed concrete.  We have everything from small, animal themed pots to giant greek urns to really make that statement in your Garden or patio.  For the full range of stoneware we can source from Kingstone, please click here

Timber Pots and Planters
Wooden pots and planters can really look fantastic in the right location.  Add the fact that they are usually cheaper for the size than other pots (and you can paint them) and you have a great reason to consider this option.  We always have a good range in stock.  All our timber pots and planters are pressure treated.