Outdoor plant stands can come in many different styles, which can make choosing one a difficult task.
Deciding the type of stand you want, how many plants it should hold, and how the of the stand is constructed can help you narrow down the choices. To choose the best outdoor plant stands, take these factors into consideration along with price and your personal style preference.
One of the first things you should do before purchasing an Outdoor Plant Stands is to evaluate the space where you will put it.
Outdoor Plant Stands can be divided into two groups — single pot stands and multiple pot stands. A single pot stand holds only one plant, and the two most popular types of single stands are table-style and pedestal. Multiple pot stands have several tiers or shelves and hold two or more plants. There are many different types of multiple pot stands, including baker’s rack stands, ladder stands, tiered stands, and shelved plant stands.
Metal is often used to construct plant stands, with wrought iron being one of the most common of them. Wood, resin, wicker, and powder-coated steel are also used. Consider where the stand will be placed and how the weather might affect it. Most Outdoor Plant Stands are constructed with the elements in mind, and many will have a weather-resistant painted finish.
Choose a stand that is sturdy enough to hold the plants you will be putting on it. Not only should the stand be able to hold the weight of the potted plants, the pots should fit comfortably on the shelves. If you are looking for a stand to be used seasonally, consider a folding stand that can be stored when not in use.