Woodlodge launches National Trust range of garden containers

Woodlodge has launched a new National Trust range of garden containers for 2015.

The Inspire range of National Trust garden containers
The Inspire range of National Trust garden containers

The pots have been designed for both urban and rural gardens and patios. All pots are guaranteed frost-proof.

The Inspire range of glazed and part-glazed terracotta pots in charcoal, blue, green and white - decorated with the National Trust oak leaf and inscribed with the words "Beauty- Inspire-Nourish-Grow" - are available in four sizes.

The Forge range incorporates designs drawn from the intricate metal scrollwork in the hallway of National Trust property Hardman House in Liverpool. These classic charcoal grey terracotta pots can be used for balconies, windows, front of house or patios and come in three different shapes - cube, cylinder and trough.  There are six cubes, six cylinders and three troughs in varying sizes. 

The British Pottery range is designed and produced by hand in the Rhondda Valley and has been inspired by the elaborate chimney stacks found at many of the historic houses the National Trust looks after.  There are four British Pastry pots ranging and three British Flare pots (seen here)

The Flora range features plant designs from National Trust gardens including Hidcote Manor Garden in Gloucestershire. Green Fern, Green Ivy, Purple Allum and Blue Allum planters can be used to match or contrast planting or provide a touch of colour to herbs or indoor plants. All four designs are available in four sizes.

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