About Spanish Rings Flowerpot and Plant Holders
Create your own Mediterrean Garden
Imagine you’re strolling down an alleyway in one of the white towns of Andaluca in Southern Spain.
A soft breeze cooling the midday heat. You’re surrounded by flowers hanging from walls and balconies,
vivid blood-red Geraniums stand out against whitewashed walls.
Spanish Rings are a range of flowerpot holders which pay homage to the Mediterranean dream by
creating your own vision of a Spanish garden.
Spanish Rings won the ‘UK New Product of the Year Award in 1999.
Our first flower show was in the year 2000 at the BBC Gardeners World
show at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham.
Spanish Rings were exhibitied at the Royal Horticultural Society
Hampton Court Palace Flower show the same year.
Since then we’ve exhibited at the RHS Tatton and RHS Chelsea Flower Shows.
Spanish Rings hold standard flowerpots
Spanish Rings are available to hold standard sized flowerpots
Wall Rings hold flowerpots in these top rim-to-rim diameters: 5 inch/12.5cm,
6 inch/15cm, 7 inch/17.5cm and 8 inch/20cm. Measured in litres these sizes equate to approximatley
1, 1.5, 2 and 4 litre flowerpots.
Our Trellis, Pipe and Balcony Rings hold the first three sizes of 5 inch/12.5cm, 6 inch/15cm and 7 inch/17.5cm.
Available Internationally via Mail Order
We send Spanish Rings all over the world by Mail Order.
We have fixed rates per order for the UK, Europe and for the Rest of the World.
We either use Royal Mail or selected couriers depending on the weight of the order.
The flat rate of parcels applies to orders weighing up to 2kgs.
To reasssure you, if you decide to place an order, we do not share personal data.
Please see the Mail Order Information and our Terms & Conditions pages
for more details on Data Protection.
Steve Bridger of Spanish Rings
I hope you’ve found all the information on Spanish Rings helpful.
The designs of Spanish Rings will help you fulfil your personal vision
with no more blank walls, or empty trellis or dull fences just a
great eyecatching display of flowers.
The combination of flowers plants and containers produce a living painting.
On summer nights light up the garden with citronella candles
inside empty flowerpots hanging from Spanish Rings.