Hanging Baskets

Bury in Bloom own their own reservoir baskets and can provide summer baskets for business and private households on brackets throughout the town.


Fully Maintained Hanging Baskets

For Businesses and Householders

This is what Bury in Bloom offers:

  • Ready-planted, colourful displays in water-conserving containers, installed for you on the outside of your building at the end of May.
  • The basket will be watered, fed and maintained all summer until the season has finished (subject to watering route)
  • The basket will be removed and all the plants recycled at the end of the season.

Would you like to have a hanging basket but have no-where to put one? Is the thought of all the watering a bit too much? Would you like to support Bury in Bloom by sponsoring a Peat-Free hanging basket and know it will be cared for? Would you like to know you have made an important contribution to making and keeping Bury St Edmunds a beautiful and attractive place?

Bury in Bloom will plant up with this year’s colour scheme, deliver the commercial sized baskets, put them up and feed and water them all season to keep them in perfect condition. With restrictions lifting show your visitors the Hanging Baskets and tell them ‘I did That’ In addition with the help of Bury St Edmunds Town Council, we soon hope to be watering with harvested ‘Rain-water’ collected at central locations. What does all this cost? – £90 for the 4 month display basket

Cost: £90 per Fully Maintained Basket

Click here for the 2022 order form

Or you could have one where you live or work, you just have to provide and fix brackets strong enough to hold a maximum weight of 19kg (42lbs). The height of the bracket/s on the front of your building should be positioned so that the base of the basket/s is no higher than 3.5m (12feet), this is the maximum height the watering bowser can reach.

Please Note: you must be on the watering route to get your basket watered, but we can supply them without the watering option

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