Southern Patio™

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Outdoor Planters

Feature gracious, welcoming accents year-round in your outdoor living spaces with our outdoor planters, engineered to withstand harsh weather in all seasons.

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Indoor Planters - Southern Patio
Indoor Planters

Bring the freshness and charm of nature into your home with stylish indoor planters, available in styles that complement your lifestyle and décor.

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Watering Cans - Southern Patio
Watering Cans

Keep your plants growing strong with regular watering. The right watering can makes it easy to provide just the right amount of water, just where it’s needed.

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Living Space Designer

Use our convenient planner to see how your planters will look in your living space.

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Find a Planter

Browse our planters to find the perfect design and features for your setting and plants.

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Accessories - Southern Patio
Accessories

Add the finishing touches to your outdoor spaces with fencing, edging and statuary that complements your home and gardens.

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Find a Planter Made for You

Choose the right material, style and size for your next project.

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Visit Our Idea Center

See all the possibilities and find inspiration in our idea center.

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Start Container Gardening

Find everything you need to grow beautiful container gardens.

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Container Gardening Project Center

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Love the taste of fresh vegetables and herbs, but don’t have the time or yard space to maintain a full-scale garden? You can grow a wide variety of herbs and vegetables in containers wherever you have an open windowsill, doorstep, patio or balcony. Container gardens for vegetables and herbs allow you to bring the fresh tastes of summer to your table to enjoy throughout the growing season, even if you live in a high rise.

Many type of crops thrive and produce generously in containers, including lettuce, tomatoes, eggplants, beans and herbs such as basil, thyme, oregano and cilantro. Follow these easy steps to get started on a container garden.