Value=quality & price.
This is our guiding principle at Greenville Planters.

A well finished fiberglass planter pot is a challenge to build. Let price be your initial indicator but know that the old adage “You Get What You Pay For” is never truer than with fiberglass planters.

When you visually inspect a planter, is it fading, cracking, peeling, or splotchy? Are there tiny bubbles and surface bumps that are showing on a brand new product? Are the sides reinforced to prevent bulging? Is there space built-in underneath for excess water to drain away? Can it withstand the winter?

We think of our purchasers as people who are making a long-term investment that will pay dividends in the form of adding to not only property value, but to personal satisfaction, for years to come.

Bargains are bargains for a reason. Poorer quality materials are one major factor. In some cases, fiberglass planter pots can be made to initially look good with cheap materials. The planter gets set up and the planting is done. Then a few months go by, and the fading starts, or there is surface cracking. Maybe the paint starts to peel at the corners, and planter is sitting in a puddle of water because there is no room for it to escape.

Unfortunately there is no magic in manufacturing either an excellent quality Jay Scotts planter, or an inexpensive knock off. The first will deliver long lasting great looks and functionality that will last for a long time, and it will cost you more initially. And that’s our Jay Scotts brand at Greenville Planters. The cheap knock off, well, anything can go wrong and usually does.