Berzelii planters with a column base. The Berzelii planter can be attached to a column as shown here. Berzelii planters with a column base. The planter can be fitted with an irrigation tank and removable liner. Berzelii planters with stone base. Berzelii shown with column base.

Berzelii planter

Ulf Nordfjell

Garden expert Ulf Nordfjell typically combines unexpected shapes to create dramatic effects. This smooth, basin-like planter can be placed atop a corresponding concrete pillar to double its height, or positioned on a textured surface to create a striking contrast. The planter is fitted with an inner container and an irrigation tank to keep the compost moist, and can easily be adapted to use as a fountain or water feature.

Length: 125 cm
Width: 80 cm
Height: 40 cm
Overall height (including pipe): 54 cm
Volume: 140 l
Weight: 88 kg

Total length/height: 202 cm
Height above ground: 180 cm
Base plate: 40 cm x 30 cm
Top: 30 cm x 30 cm
Weight: 450 kg

Total length/height: 230 cm
Height above ground: 205 cm
Weight: 144 kg

The diameter of the steel pipe is 30 cm
The top rim has a diameter of 6.3 cm and is 3.65 mm thick
The steel sheet steel measures 45 cm x 45 cm
Product number
Ö16-11 Berzellii pillar in concrete, antracite
Ö16-11G Berzellii pillar in steel powder-coated in anthracite
Ö16-11 Berzellii planter 16 l water container
Ö16-11 Berzellii planter inner container in reinforced plastic
Ö16-11 Berzellii basin in powder-coated cast aluminium
Some assembly required.
The pillar is available in cast concrete or in powder-coated steel.
The planter is made from sand-cast 100% recycled aluminium powder-coated in a silvery finish. The inner container is made of reinforced fibreglass and fitted with foldable handles made of galvanised steel. The pillar is made in reinforced cast concrete, or alternatively, in zinc-electroplated steel powder-coated in Gris 900 Sablé. The base plate for both types of pillars is made in rust-resistant sheet steel. The planters’ top rim is made in hot-dip galvanised steel pipe.
The planter is secured to the top of the pillar with the three stainless steel M16 screws included. The pillar should be attached to a precast concrete foundation with four M20 adjustable bolts (not included). It should be cemented to the foundation or bonded with a chemical anchor.
Polyester powder-coated steel can be repainted with alkyd oil enamel as needed.
A smooth, basin-like planter that pairs with a corresponding concrete pillar to double its height, or mounted directly to a robust surface to create a striking contrast. It can also be used as a water feature.