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At Modish, we have a curated collection of elegant planters, troughs, and cachepots to adorn your modern home. Our wide range of stylish and chic planters are an excellent choice for creating gorgeous container gardens inside and outside your house. From massive tropical planters to a modest strawberry planter, Modish offers a huge selection of high quality, exquisite, hand-crafted, or artisan-made planters in different colors, sizes, styles, and materials, sourced from across the world. We sell reputed brands like Kalalou, Artisan Living, Modway, HomArt, Zuo, Vagabond, Gold Leaf, Zodax etc.


Which are some of the top-selling planters at Modish? What are the salient features that make them popular?

The ModishStore has a large collection of planters that stand out for their exquisite designs and styles. Whether you are looking for classic indoor planters or contemporary hanging planters, or modern self-watering planters or a water planter, there is something for everyone.

Are you on the lookout for a planter to display your enviable collection of succulents? Do you want to add a planter stand to accentuate your favorite potted plants? Do you want to try out eco-friendly terracotta pots to color and ambiance to your patio? Whatever your goals, you will definitely find a planter at ModishStore’s extensive Planters Collection that matches your unique requirements. Get one for your home to add sustainable sophistication and create a friendlier and relaxed vibe.

Take, for example, our best selling Pixelated Succulent wall planter, that is handcrafted out of walnut stained wood and retains a lovely wood grain texture. You can mount it securely on your wall using the sawtooth hanger that comes along with the planter and bring your wall to life with a large variety of succulents.

If you want to add a planter to your deck or balcony, the Oblong Zinc Planters with brass details is a perfect choice. Zinc is tolerant to most weather conditions, making it a great pick for outdoor planters.

If you want wall hanging planters that double up as wall art pieces, we highly recommend Macrame Hanging Baskets that give a timeless and classic look to your indoor and outdoor living spaces.

Our other top-selling outdoor planters, plant pots, house planters, and indoor plant pots include Galvanized 24-Bucket Floral Display Stand, Clay Face Planters With River Rock Base, White Wash Clay Flower Bell W/ Copper Wall Mount, among others.

Can the same planter be put indoor or outdoors? What difference exists between indoor & outdoor planters?

Most planters can be used both outdoors and indoors. Having said that, the material of the planter plays a role in determining whether you can use it indoors or outdoors. For example, a metal planter may not work as an outdoor planter during summers as it absorbs a lot of heat and dries out the soil quickly. You should choose the planter on the basis of the type of plant that you wish to pot in it. For example, indoor planters are better for vegetables and herbs. Choose shade planters for potting shade-loving plants indoor.

What materials are planters made off? What are the advantages & disadvantages of each type?

Various types of materials can be used for making planters, including:

Plastic: It is a popular material as it is very lightweight and offers good value for money. If you choose a colored plastic flower pot, it will retain enough moisture, reducing the need for frequent watering. However, you will need to replace plastic planters every few seasons.

Metal: Metal plant pots made out of zinc or steel are extremely durable and are great as cachepots. These planters lend a very modern appearance. They are also frost proof. However, using metal house planters during summers can be very tricky.

Terracotta, Clay, and Ceramic: These pots have a lot of porosity, making them ideal for those plants that do not require too much water. They are also very slightly heavier compared to the other materials. So if you are using them as outdoor planters, heavy winds won’t be able to topple them over. However, these pots are fragile and may be prone to cracks. Clay and terracotta dry out very quickly, which poses a problem for moisture-loving plants such as ferns.

Wood: This is a great pick as window box planters to grow vegetables. Wooden planters are more affordable and it is easy to move them around. However, these planters are at a greater risk of developing mildew due to its porosity. Therefore, it needs thorough cleaning periodically. You can also use wooden planters to conceal plastic pots.

Planters come in various types- hanging planters, standing or floor planters, wall planters, table-top planters - what are the pros & cons of each type? Where are they suited best?

Hanging planters are a great option if you don’t have enough space to place tall planters in your backyard. Keeping hanging basket flowers or vegetables reduces the risk of a pest infestation. Suspended planters work well with organic potting soil -- so you can just buy a sack and get started with building your garden. However, hanging planters indoor can require too much maintenance. The soil tends to dry out relatively faster so you will need to frequently water it. Strong winds can also damage your hanging planters and make them fall.

Floor planters are an excellent choice for an area with limited space. You can find a large variety of such house planters. Pick large concrete planters to add a statement piece in your living space. For example, if you have a corner in your living room that needs some TLC, go for a massive bamboo planter. These planters are extremely durable. However, some floor planters are also very heavy. So you may find it difficult to move them around easily.

Tabletop planters work as a great accent piece for your credenza, coffee table, or bookshelf. These planters can add a character to your room. They are also easy to maintain. However, tabletop planters are not suited for potting all types of plants.

What are the different ways of hanging planters from the wall or ceiling? Any precautions to take while doing this?

Hanging planters are a great idea if you are short on floor space or have children or pets who may topple over large planters on the floor. You can suction the planters to the window, especially near your kitchen, and grow a beautiful herb garden. You can hang wall planters on an indoor trellis. You can hang them vertically from the ceiling. If you want to make a bold statement, you can use upside-down hanging planters to suspend your plants from the ceiling.

However, make sure that when you are hanging a planter, it has adequate support to remain suspended. You can install large hooks to help support the house planters. Hanging plants have a tendency to dry out faster. Make sure to water them regularly and also keep them fertilized.

Can you share some tips for growing house-plants in planters? Does the choice of planter influence soil selection, watering, drainage, etc?

If you want to grow plants in indoor plant pots, make sure to keep the soil moist. Place the plant pot near a light source. Select the right house planters depending on the species of the plant you want to grow. Unless your plant has become too big for the planter, don’t re-pot it.

The choice of planters is intrinsically linked to soil, watering, and drainage. Some planters do not have a drainage hole. If you are choosing a plant that requires frequent watering, you will need to opt for a planter that provides good drainage. Similarly, metal, wood, clay, or ceramic pots work best with potting soil, whereas in the case of plastic planters, you can also use organic soil.

What are vertical green wall planters? How does one go about buying and installing them? Does Modish sell any of these?

Vertical green wall planters can be used to create a vertical garden or a living wall. They can be used for accentuating walls in the living room, bathroom, or by the pool area. Most planters come attached with a frame or a hanger, making them very easy to install. You can also use a pre-fabricated tray for installing your vertical garden.

If you want to install a vertical garden, don’t forget to check out the New Moss Green Wall strip or Pixelated Green Wall at Modish. These can be customized as per your requirement.

Here are some key things to consider when you are buying planters:

It is important to choose a planter that fits your space perfectly. If you want a hanging indoor planter, make sure that you have a ceiling or window that can support the planter.

The material of the planters determines the type of plants you can grow in them. For example, plastic planters are more cost-effective and easy to move around, but they are not very sturdy. So they may not be the best choice for heavier plants. Metal planters absorb a lot of heat and may dry out the soil completely. If your plant needs frequent watering, metal planters may not be a good choice.

Picking the right size of the planter is also very important. For example, if you are choosing orchid pots or succulent pots, ensure that there is enough room for the roots to grow.

The choice of planters also depends on your lifestyle. For example, if you have pets, you may be better off with a hanging planter or an elevated planter.

If you are planning to buy outdoor plant stands, it is better to buy wooden or concrete planters as they are more weather resistant. Similarly, ceramic or terracotta planters are your best bet if you are looking to place the house planters indoors.

Here are some do’s & don’t to take care of the planters:

  • For regular cleaning, dust your planters regularly with a soft microfiber cloth.
  • In the case of metal planters, wipe the surface with baby oil to prevent any buildup of limescale deposits. Do not use any harsh chemicals to clean.
  • In the case of wooden planters, washing them with warm soapy water can help to remove dirt and stains. It is better to opt for an organic detergent or a natural soap as harsh chemicals can damage the surface
  • For clay, terracotta or ceramic planters, use a solution of vinegar and water to clean the surface. Dry them out completely before using it again.