Cube pots and planters are versatile and can be used indoors or outdoors. They are also a good option if you don’t have much space, as they can be made of many materials, including GRC, fiberglass, and concrete. Each material has pros and cons, so choose one based on your needs.
Cube Planters are for Indoor and Outdoor Use
Square pots and planters are a great addition to outdoor designs. When appropriately used, these planters can help with zoning and directing traffic. Selecting the appropriate size and colour, can create a good combination of form and function without skimping on aesthetic value.
For indoor use, these planters can be a unique way of creating division. Use square planters to divide open spaces into different partitions. You can create a high-impact, center focal point with spare indoor space.
Planting Shrubs and Herbs on Cube Planters
Smaller cube planters would be a great choice if you wanted an indoor herb garden to complement your design. Choose herbs that don’t require a lot of sunlight or position them in a spot near a window that will allow the plant to get the appropriate amount of sunlight it needs. Basil, oregano, mint, chives, sage, rosemary, and thyme make excellent choices as they don’t require a lot of sunlight.
Flowering shrubs can also be grown in these versatile planters. Flowering plants can brighten the mood in a workplace setting, so flowering shrubs in cube planters are a good choice when designing a home office. Make sure you choose a large enough pot to accommodate the root system of the plants.
Utilizing the Shape of Square Planters
Square planters scream uniformity and balance, so it is best to use cube planters in groups. But if you feel creative, you can go abstract but combine different sizes of cube planters for a grouping effect.
Line them up in a row or put them in the corners of a room. Cube planters are a great choice if you are aiming for balance.
Cube gardens are a great way to add plants to your design indoors or outdoors.