- Self-Protecting Rust Finish Over Time
- Drainage Holes
- 15mm Feet
- 2mm Thick as Standard (Up to 10mm Bespoke)
- Made From High Quality Corten Steel
- Available in Bespoke Sizes
- WARNING: During The Weathering Period,
- Run-off Can Stain Adjacent Materials
How Your Planter Will Weather
- When your planter arrives it will depending, on when it was manufactured will be the colour of freshly manufactured steel, with a dark oily coating or in a stage of patina.
- As your Corten Steel planter begins to weather, the oily residue will break down.
- Your planter will begin to change colour, during this stage – the ‘run-off’ may stain stone or concrete surfaces that it comes into contact with.
- After 9 months, some ‘run-off’ may still occur.
The Adezz Corten Steel Atlas Column planter is a more interesting model than some of the other square planters in the range. While every range of planters that we sell at Flora Select has at least a cube variant, and most have troughs and towers too – it is more rare that we offer round planters as part of the available selection. Because these planters are a little different, a little interesting and available in the largest size of 120x80cm, they will provide any landscaper, architect or garden designer with quite a toolbox to use when they are drawing up their plans. In addition to fulfilling some more abstract design functions, these planters could also be used more conservatively, like a large cube – by planting a tree or a shrub and having the planter installed as a highlight or a centre piece.
Corten Steel (or weathering steel) is an alloy that naturally forms a rust coating the over the first 9 months or so of it being exposed to the weather. Interestingly, due to the composition of this special alloy, this rust coating forms a protective layer they prevents further rusting. The steel underneath remains unimpaired as the outer layer continues to protect and regenerate as it exposed to water and oxygen.
One of the most striking landmarks in Britain, The Angel of the North, by the artist Anthony Gormly is made of COR-TEN weathering steel. It is one of many remarkable structures in the world made of weathering steel including but not limited to the Barclays Centre, The Chicago Picasso Sculpture and the Australian centre for contemporary art. COR-TEN (CORrosion resistance TENsile strength) weathering steel was first invented by United States Steel for use in the manufacture of ore transports. Since it was creation in the 1930’s, a slew of artists and designers have seen the potential of Corten weathering steel to create installations of great style and beauty. This is adezz range is a notable addition to that list.
You will see in the gallery and image representing the ageing process that Corten steel goes through, and although this is outlined in the section above – you can see in the image the range of shades these planters take on as they form their protective coating.
Flora Select offers a wide range of pots and garden planters. With the variety of the range that is provided, it is easy to find pots for any design style. Whether that design style is modern or traditional, rustic or contemporary – you will be able to find the planters and plants to suit it.
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Flora select are providers of top quality garden products delivered direct to your door.
To order simply click on the category of your choice and browse through our extensive range of planters and garden accessories on offer. Use the full colour pictures and useful descriptions to help you identify the best planters for your garden. If you are looking for a particular product, or size that is not on the website then give us a call and we will do our best to source it for you, or offer a suitable alternative.
All Adezz products qualify for free delivery throughout all of the United kingdom and Europe.
Delivery times can vary but generally take around 6 days.