Artificial Lavender Tin Planter Artificial Lavender Tin Planter
Artificial Lavender Tin PlanterArtificial Lavender Tin Planter

Artificial Lavender Tin Planter

  • £53.99 inc VAT

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  • Height: 60cm (2ft)
  • Pot measurements: 33cm (h) x 30cm (d)
  • Width: 38 cm

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Categories: Pre-Potted Plants, Outdoor Plants, Flowers, Outdoor Flowers

Designed for Outdoor Use

This plant is designed to be used outside. Find out exactly what this means in our UV Guide here.

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True Measurements

Artificial plants are measured in a range of different ways.

The measurements shown on this page are accurate once the plant has been fully dressed out.

Available for immediate dispatch

This product is available for immediate dispatch and is eligible for our upgraded delivery options. Delivery costs from £3.99 inc VAT.

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Reviews & Questions

Here's Everything You Need To Know

Lavender is one of the nation’s favourite plants. Typically planted into pots to avoid it spreading like wildfire in your garden they feature vibrant colours and smell beautiful. While artificial lavender doesn’t smell, it is botanically accurate while not attracting pesky insects and buzzy bees. Nor will artificial lavender take over your garden –unless you buy lots of it of course!

Our artificial lavender tin planter has a weighted oasis so it won’t blow over in normal conditions. The plants have also been glued in so children and animals can’t remove the plants.


Lavender, also known as lavandula, is named after the Latin verb ‘lavare’ which translates as ‘to wash’. As you’d expect with a plant named after a Latin word, lavender has been around for 1000’s of years. It was used by the Egyptians in the mummification process and during the great plague people would wear a string of it around their wrist to ward of the infection.


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