Spring has finally arrived! One of my favorite things about this time of year is seeing everyone’s landscaping and front porch decorations come together. If you are on the hunt for the best outdoor planters, I have you covered! Today I am sharing patio planter options for every budget. The roundups below include planters of various sizes (from tabletop to extra large), and materials (including terracotta, concrete, ceramic, resin, and more)! Let’s get started.
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Best Outdoor Planters from Walmart
I have been so impressed with Walmart’s outdoor planter selection this year! I recently added this large gray planter to our living room–it is a perfect designer dupe! This white fluted planter is also so cute and a great deal for the large size.
Large Outdoor Planters from Pottery Barn
Best Outdoor Planters from The Home Depot
The Home Depot has some of the best outdoor planters for your front porch, patio, or deck. This tall charcoal concrete planter is a budget friendly option for a popular style. They also offer other shapes in case you need a square or rectangular outdoor planter.
Beautiful Patio Planters from Rejuvenation
Rejuvenation carries beautiful, investment-worthy outdoor planters. The tone of this weathered terracotta is so perfect! And these tall textured planters would be a great choice for a narrow front porch.
Budget Friendly Planters from Target
Related: Best Target Outdoor Rugs for a Patio
A Final Thought: Outdoor Planter Materials
Outdoor planters are made from a variety of materials that will affect the style, price, and sustainability. Common materials are terracotta, concrete, ceramic, resin, and plastic. If you are using your planters for live plants, be sure to do a little research and choose a material that is suitable. I wish I could say I am a gardening expert with advice, but sadly that is not the case!
I hope you found this post helpful if you are looking for the best outdoor planters for your patio this spring! What is your favorite plant to style in a planter? I need ideas!