About Southern Patio
Since 1977, gardeners have turned to Southern Patio® planters for innovative, beautiful planters. Over the past four decades, we have helped lead the industry through its evolution from simple, affordable poly pots to today’s innovative materials and designs. Our planters today feature cutting edge, lightweight materials that mimic expensive natural finishes while being easier on the planet. They feature enhancements to promote plant health and make maintenance easier. That’s why gardeners continue to trust Southern Patio® planters.
Bringing Home and Garden Décor to Life
Founded in 1977, Southern Patio® is a leading supplier of innovative planters on the cutting edge of home and garden décor trends. Our planters and accessories are sold in major retailers throughout the United States and Canada. We are a wholly-owned subsidiary of Griffon Corporation, which is publicly traded on the NYSE under “GFF.”
Stylish and Easy to Live With . . .
We’re constantly refining our planters to make them easier to work with and ensure lasting beauty season after season.
Ceramix® Planters Ceramix® planters give you the substantial look and feel of a ceramic planter in a durable, lightweight vinyl resin. Ceramix® planters are four times stronger than ceramic pots and resist staining from chemicals, oil and mold.
HDR® Get the beauty and grace of natural materials such as wood, ceramic and metal at a fraction of the cost with our versatile high density resin (HDR®) planters. They’re lightweight, durable and beautiful.
Poly Planters Versatile and affordable, our poly planters feature classic designs and trending colors to showcase your plants. Durable and strong, they are constructed of a sturdy poly material that will stand up to indoor or outdoor use.
Southern Patio also offers a full line of accessories including poly watering cans, trellises, plant caddies, brackets and saucers.
The National Garden Clubs
The National Garden Club is a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to preserving natural resources and promoting environmental responsibility. It is home to 50 state garden clubs that promote the love of gardening and floral design among gardeners throughout the United States and beyond.