The Hutton Corner Planter (HCP) is our most popular planter and comprises of two separate sections, the HRP and the HRC.
Hutton Corner Planter and raised planter benefits
One of the beauties of a timber planter is the fact you can create a reasonably portable self contained growing bed. Herbs, flowers or fruit and vegetables can be grown in an area of your property best suited (wind, sun, supervision etc.) to what you want to grow in it – you can control the acidity of the growing medium as well. Finally more control can be exerted over plants such as mint and comfrey that might otherwise take over the rest of your garden.
Huttons Treat-Right 15 year Warranty
This range of garden furniture is made in the UK using quality kiln dried Scandinavian redwood timber. All timber components are machined and treated with preservative on the same 12 acre factory site, the modular design and components helping to provide a coherent product range. Combining the durability of redwood timber with next generation Tanalith E improves service life of the timber. Therefore Hutton can offer a 15 Year Warranty on their product range.
Hutton Garden planters available from stock
The following products are normally kept in stock at out Ipplepen yard.
HCP = Hutton Corner Planter: Height 570mm; Width 1200mm; Depth 1200mm.
Firstly the complete item, two separate components – the HRP and the HRC
HRP = Hutton Rectangular Planter: Height 290mm; Width 900mm; Depth 300mm.
Secondly, the long planter, nice and simple
HRC = Hutton Planter Corner Section: Height 570mm; Width 900mm; Depth 300mm.
Finally a 1200mm long section with a “tower” section that projects above the long planter
Value for money
When comparing prices between products it is wise to compare specifications as well. Cheaper products may be available but they are usually made from dipped whitewood and made overseas.
Looking after your Garden furniture
All of our Hutton garden furniture is pressure treated to help protect the timber against decay and fungal attack. This pressure treatment, Tanalith E, starts as a light green but changes to a light honey brown, then after 18-24 months to a grey colour which is perfectly normal.
Finally, colours can be maintained and enhanced where required by using the range of Osmo UV protection oils, or other wood stains from the Osmo, Treatex, Liberon or Ronseal ranges. If the timber has gone grey the timber colours can be rejuvenated with Osmo Wood reviver Gel.
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