H Potter re-releases popular hand crafted succulent pots on Amazon.
Jul 30, 2019 /prREACH/ -- H Potter, the established brand behind premium outdoor decor products, is pleased to announce that it has recently relaunched its line of succulent planters online. The succulent planters with antique copper finish have the internet buzzing with praise, the company says.
More information about H Potter's extensive range of products can be found at its official website here: https://www.hpotter.com/garden-planters/.
H Potter has been manufacturing quality garden products for over twenty years. After the success of its original line of antique copper succulent plants, it is now re-releasing the pots on the Amazon marketplace after increasing demand from customers.
Jerry Peed, a senior spokesperson for the company, says, "We were pleased to see all the positive comments coming in over this product. We know that succulents are very popular right now, and are happy to re-release our high quality and extremely fashionable antique copper planters."
While being fashionable, the rise in succulent's popularity also has to do with the low amount of water that the plants need and the positive effects on mood and health that customers notice while tending to their plants, says H Potter.
Succulent pots allow for low maintenance plants to be placed in highly visible and decorated places. Studies show that succulent plants purify the air in inside spaces, promoting a healthy environment. Succulents come in different sizes and shapes, and most can fit in H Potter's four inch diameter pot.
According to one happy customer, who writes in their Amazon review:
"These plants are just lovely. I have one in my bedroom and one in my garden. I am so excited that H Potter is re-releasing these pots! I am going to get one for my family and friends."
"We value craftsmanship above all," continues Peed. The company's succulent planters are hand hammered by artisans and feature weather resistant copper, creating an ancient aesthetic that, according to Peed, easily compliments a garden or study.
The pots, which are made from stainless steel and finished with copper, come in sets of two. Equipped with a drainage saucer, the pots can be used for plants other than succulents as well, and customers have noted the use of flowers, cactus herbs, ivies, and other types of foliage.
Those interested in these handcrafted pots can visit H Potter's official website or its Amazon storefront.