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Quite literally.

I’m not talking about everybody wanting the damn things, but about how they can dry up your root systems very easily if your stainless steel planter is basking in the sunshine.

Not that it should present anyone with too much of a problem in the UK, but seeming today qualifies as a potential heatwave I just thought I’d mention that it’s a relatively good idea to make sure your stainless steel planters are lined in order to absorb some of the heat or to place them in the shade if you’ve got one in a sun trap.

stainless steel balls
[want to see one with a sun tan?]

At least this isn’t a problem with us as we always tend to put liners in them anyway.

You can visit Tinpot Alley here to look at some of our stainless steel planters, water features or other bespoke metalwork.