Elho launches fuente collection

by | Mar 11, 2021 | News, Product News, Products | 0 comments

Sustainable plant pot producer, Elho, has designed a new range of pots to give customers the ability to reflect their own style throughout their outdoor areas.

The new fuente collection is available in three patterns – lily, rings, and grains. The lily design is for a decorative and traditional look, whilst the rings would make an elegant addition to a modern garden. The embossed grain pattern offers another style, with an industrial feel for an urban oasis. This collection responds to the trend that patterns that evoke a feeling are increasingly popular: surfaces that are soft or porous, with relief and that stimulate the senses when touched.

The pots are available in three sizes – 30cm, 38cm and 47cm – as well as having three tonal colours to choose from: onyx black, pebble grey and rusty brown.

The fuente pots also have the benefit of a removable plug to aid drainage outdoors, but they can also be used inside, with the plug inserted.

As with all elho products, they are 100% recyclable, with 80% of materials used made from recycled plastic.

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