Make the mundane magnificent with a Stewart Garden planter of herbs

by | Aug 17, 2016 | News | 0 comments

Keeping a Stewart Garden planter of fresh living herbs in your kitchen, balcony or garden lets you create instant culinary delights.

Fresh herbs add aroma, flavour and ? like Stewart Garden planters ? texture, colour and visual appeal to any meal, from fish, meat and vegetarian dishes to salads, soups and homemade sauces.

According to The Guardian, the top 10 herbs that are simple to grow in containers are:

  • Mint
  • Chives
  • Sage
  • Bay
  • Thyme
  • Rosemary
  • Parsley
  • Coriander
  • Basil
  • Sorrel

There?s a Stewart Garden planter or trough set for you, whatever your taste, however your garden.

Tight for space?

Choose the Balcony Trough Sets, complete with hanging attachment to bring your railings to life and create a beautiful display. Prices from ?9.99 – ?11.99.

Low on time?

The self-watering Balconniere Trough is available in two sizes, three colours and optional matching trays to stop spillage or staining. Prices from ?6.49 – ?8.49.


With its natural white stone effect and 47 litre capacity, the beautiful Stewart Garden Gothic Trough Planter creates an impressive feature. Price: ?29.99.


For a classical feel and authentic look, choose Stewart Garden?s Lead Effect Planter. It?s lightweight, stylish and costs just ?29.99.

No garden?

Stewart Garden?s Self-Watering Herb Pot is perfect for kitchen windowsills. Four removable pockets mean you?ll have all your favourite herbs to hand. Price ?14.99.

Manufactured in tough plastic, all Stewart Garden planters and troughs are durable and resistant to frosts and ultra violet rays. This means they?ll keep their shape and their colour, whatever the seasons throw at them.

To find out how easy it is to transform a something mundane into something magnificent, try this Persian herb rice recipe, swapping in whatever fresh herbs you have to hand.

Stewart Garden loves gardens. It?s a leading grow-your-own and contemporary garden lifestyle brand, the market leader in premium plastic flower planters, including self-watering plant containers, and the voice of authority in premium consumer propagation.

Stewart Garden is a proud UK manufacturer. Its products are available in over 1,600 outlets across the country, including DIY retailers such as B&Q, Homebase and Wilkinsons. They?re also widely stocked at garden centres such as Dobbies, Notcutts and Wyevale and in over 1,000 independent garden centres.

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