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Stork Planter Stork Planter with White, Orange and yellow flowers Stork Planter  with colourful flowers
Stork Planter  with colourful flowers

Stork Planter

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A fun gift to welcome a new addition to a family, these quirky stork planters are filled with at least 3 flowering and seasonal plants, which will need minimal attention from the proud, (but probably tired) new parents.
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The planters are freshly made up here at the nursery and we will always select 3 or 4 (depending on size) of the prettiest plants available. This does mean that the exact mix will vary depending on the season, but this week we are selecting yellow and white plants from polka dot plant, pansy, dianthus, cyclamen, tête-à-tête, hyacinth bulb, viola and decorative ivy. Good to know: The stork stands 61cm high and the legs and wings will come separately inside the box. Photos to reflect the new season plants coming soon.
25cm diameter planter 61 cm Height
4.5 Stars 4.7/ 5 3 reviews
Miss C A Rae, May 15
5 stars

The stork is lovely and planted with yellow and white flowers easy to put together. Well wrapped and easy to put topgether.

Rachael Proud, May 05
5 stars

Great quality and quick delivery ????

Bev, May 12
4 stars

The stork looked great on my friends patio and she was very pleased with it.

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Care Instrictions

These instructions are sent with the plant gift

Your stork planter is made up of plants that look good at this time of year- but not all the plants are hardy so they are best inside rather than out in the frost and snow.

Choose a cool windowsill, table, or porch and your planter will bring colour to the darkest days. It is best to keep your planter away from any radiators.

The amount you need to water, will depend upon where you keep it. In a warm room you may need to water several times a week, but. In a porch you will need less. Try to keep the compost damp - not dry and not soggy. (Please be careful when watering your planter as the containers are not always completely water tight - you may wish to place your planter on a plastic mat or tablecloth to protect your furniture.)

If the leaves or flowers start to droop, water thoroughly immediately and they should soon recover. It is a good idea to keep pinching out the flowers as they fade to encourage the young buds and to avoid mildew. Once all the flowering plants are over you can still enjoy the foliage, and you can even replace plants and make a seasonal display.