Handcrafted with premium quality materials and finished to perfection in an array of colours, shapes and sizes, Tallow’s vogue versatility invites you to mix and match your own designer look by injecting bursts of colour inside and out.
Tallow’s superior strength-to-weight ratio makes it the designer’s choice. Lovingly handcrafted using commercial marine-grade fibreglass (a tough composite material fusing polyester resin combined with glass fibres), whether installing in a street level café or a 40th floor apartment, Tallow planters are a styler’s dream.
The difference is in the detail. Each Tallow planter is meticulously hand-finished with durable UV resistant heavy duty automotive paint to preserve its silky good looks for years to come. Available in Raven Black, White Cotton, Classic Grey, Walnut Brown and Hunter Green, Tallow planters look fresh and on trend in any space.
Built for Australian conditions
You can’t fake what we make. Unlike cheap fibreglass imitations with thin walls and inferior external finishes, Tallow planters won’t bow and deteriorate over time. Enjoy peace of mind knowing they’re designed to provide unrivaled performance in all conditions.
Designer looks made easy
At WG, we’ve done all the hard work by curating the Tallow range of planters in a large range of shapes and sizes. Thanks to a minimalist aesthetic they look good on their own or grouped together in clusters. Mix and match to find the perfect look, and add to your collection later as you like. Tallow planters are light enough to be picked up single handed, so you can position and move them around until your heart’s content.
- Avoid lifting or moving large pieces when planted as this will damage them. Don’t lift by the rim. Empty before transporting.
- For ultimate longevity use a lightweight potting mix – add a lightweight medium like Perlite to lighten the load and stress on the planter. Regular garden soil mix holds more water and can add excessive force to walls of the planter. Invasive plant roots can also do the same.
- Avoid cleaning with harsh chemicals and abrasive brushes and high pressure hoses.
- Use evenly spaced pot feet for good drainage, ensuring large planters are well supported underneath and stable. Movement and twisting can cause damage to your planters.