It’s the time of year for planting seedlings, cultivating spring flowers, starting an herb or vegetable garden, and dotting pots and planters all over—along the front path, on the porch steps, and around the patio. We like creating planter gardens this time of year in particular, when the weather is still changing: Unlike an in-the-ground garden, you can easily move pots inside, outside, and around the garden as needed, and rearrange your garden however and whenever you please.
Whether you’re creating an extensive kitchen garden, taking in some new houseplants, or readying a patio for a season spent lounging outdoors,
Rejuvenation’s brand-new outdoor shop has pots and planters for every need. Here are a few we’re admiring. Above: A pair of Dell Planters makes for a stately entryway. Made from textural ficonstone—a lightweight, frost-proof material—with plenty of drainage built in, the planters are perfect for outdoor growing all year round. They’re available in light grey or dark grey and in five different sizes and shapes, from the Small All-Weather Planter Bowl ($79) to the Tall All-Weather Planter ($129). Above: A cluster of Rejuvenation’s planter offerings, from midcentury-style to clean-lined teak, terracotta to steely grey. Above: At left, a trio of teak Jasper planters: the Jasper Rectangle Planter (from $349), the Jasper Square Planter (from $299), and the Jasper Rectangle Planter with Storage ($599), which has a bonus shelf for keeping garden essentials (or more potted plants). Each has a powder-coated aluminum liner and plenty of drainage; some designs are available without legs as well. At right are the Modernica Raised High-Pan Planters ($279), each with a steel base. Without drainage, they’re ideal for indoor use, and are available in minimal, matte black or white. Above: Rejuvenation’s got plant stands, too. Mix and match any of their petite planters on these Scandinavian-inspired Black Tray Plant Stands—available in one-tray ($149), two-tray ($129), and five-tray ($279) options—for a multi-level garden, indoors or out. Above: These industrial-style planters only look metal—but they’re actually made of lightweight, frost-proof fiberstone composite. They’re available in black or grey as well as a variety of sizes and shapes; we like the Modern Fiberstone Square Planter ($199; far left) and the long, low Modern Fiberstone Rectangle Planter ($299; second from left) for separating outdoor “rooms” on a patio. Above: The charming earthenware planters in Rejuvenation’s Brice collection come in eight styles and in terracotta, black, and white finishes. Try the tiny Brice Small Planter (front and center, in white; $34) for growing basil or mint indoors or out, or the Brice Large Planter with Tall Modern Metal Plant Stand (in back; $169) for a statement plant in the living room. Each can be used with or without a black metal plant stand—and one design, the Brice Planter with Wall-Mounted Metal Stand, can be affixed on a wall.
For more offerings from Rejuvenation’s outdoor shop, see
Moving into the Yard: A New Outdoor Hardware & Lighting Collection from Rejuvenation and Outdoor Havens: 9 Essentials for Creating a Garden Oasis, from Rejuvenation.
N.B.: This post originally appeared on Gardenista as part of our spring partnership with Rejuvenation.