Spiral herb planter
Spiral herb planters
made of high quality metal
A favorite object for amateur gardeners and cooks: solid and high-quality herb spirals are spiral metal elements that taper towards the top.
of the spiral herb planters
made of metal
The herb spiral from our selection is available in its basic form in the following sizes: 800 mm, 1,000 mm, 1,200 mm, 1,800 mm and 2,400 mm. The largest spiral thereby almost resembles a herb bed and offers space for numerous plants incl. Vegetable seedlings. The metal in itself already ensures a very stable construction due to its properties but it is additionally supported by invisible cross struts inside. The spiral shape creates several levels in a fluid way, separated by the metal walls but connected with each other.
of the spiral herb planter
made of metal
The herb spirals are made of elegant Corten steel which is characterized by its rust color and special weather resistance. Alternatively the spirals are available in rotex-ground or color-coated stainless steel. You are free to make the final selection based on the location and purpose of use. Furthermore we are at your disposal for any questions regarding dimensions and special designs.
How to use the herb spiral?
Herb spiral is a real eye-catcher, which in any case will become a favorite object in the garden. The structure can be placed in a rock garden as well as in the midst of overgrown greenery. You can plant the spiral classic herbs such as rosemary, thyme and basil. But also as a colorful eye-catcher with flowers or low perennials, the spiral is a great metal garden object.
By the way, did you know that corten steel is an impossible obstacle for snails? Rust contains small amounts of copper but it is sufficient to prevent snails from crawling further. This results in the ideal application as a spiral of herbs or flowers.
of herb spirals
Can the herb spiral be used for other purposes? In fact, the metal spiral can serve as a decorative object or even a tool for sports activities. If the spiral is designed as a ramp with a flat but ascending surface it can even be placed on a golf course and create a tricky obstacle. What exactly you fill the spiral with and how you stage it ultimately depends on your creativity. We hope you enjoy experimenting!