Round railing pot

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This quirky pot is made from 100% weatherproof resin and comes in a range of great colours. The pot is split in a 'U' shape with a locking bar underneath means it will sit tightly on the balcony rail without any worry of it falling once planted. This is a great great addition to any space and can be filled with some beautiful plants to really give your balcony the wow factor. This railing pot will fit onto curved or flat railings which are up to 6cm wide.

Available in a range of colours, all varieties sold separately.


  • Diameter: 30cm
  • Height: 24cm
  • Height of arch: 16.5cm

Elho pots have many features which make them one of the best plastic pots to have in the garden.

  • Lightweight therefore easy to move around.
  • Waterproof thus these pots are easy to clean, will resist bacteria growth and prevent leaks.
  • Being frost proof, these pots will withstand temperatures down to -20 degrees celsius.
  • Durable and UV resistant, these pots look like new, for longer.

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    Would these pots sit on a metal railing that did not have a flat top (for example, one that had a wavy top)?
    Asked on 3/3/2013 by Urban Leaf from London

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    • Plant Doctor



      It will really depend on how wavy the railing is. These pots have a straight slice cut through them, which balances them on top of the railing. Therefore, if the railing has curves that are widely spaced, they will slide down, but if the waves are close together and the base of the pots ridge can sit on top of several 'crests', then it should be fine.

      Answered on 4/3/2013 by Helen from Crocus
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