The Large One Window Box is an entirely new aesthetic and technical profile for amei: Whether on railings, half-height terrace walls or on balustrades, its characteristic shape defines areas and spaces.
The Large One is a distinctive interior design feature as well, if used on the windowsill or sideboard. The Large One is versatile: It offers enough space to plant in one or two rows.
Furthermore, you can also place several loose plants in clay pots or plastic pots inside the window box without worrying about them tipping over. This way, they get a beautiful home that can be rearranged quickly according to your desires!
Amei planters are naturally beautiful and extremely robust. They are made of a technically sophisticated composite stone fibre – a mixture of polyester resin and ground stone. Additional fibreglass stands ensure especially high stability. On the one hand, the amei window pots fascinate through their high-quality mineral look, which develops a natural, grey patina on the black models after a few months. On the other hand, stone fibre is shock-resistant and frost-resistant.
The planters thus can survive smaller plunges, tipping over during storms or winters out on exterior shelves.
In direct comparison to stone and clay pots, they score points thanks to their minimal material thickness with a clearly reduced weight that makes handing the planters easier. If the amei plant containers are used outside and stay in the rain unprotected, please add water drain holes on the bottom using a drill or a commercially available stone driller. Otherwise, the roots will rot due to the accumulating water in the pot. As you can drill into the stone fibre material easily if necessary, you can use the amei planter with all commercially available mounting tools and fasteners.
We would like to point out that small traces on the surface, unevenness and a slight fading of the material are part of the natural, but also intentional characteristics of the stone fibre material. All amei planters are individually handmade, so that these traces are a condition of the product. However, they are easily removed with some household oil or shoe polish.