JRB SEASONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS
SHOW OFF YOUR OUTDOOR STYLE WITH A JRB SEASONAL SUBSCRIPTION
Enjoy professionally designed planters that are delivered to your door every season.
With a seasonal subscription, we deliver planter inserts four times a year so you always have a fresh and new planter. Simply take out last season’s insert, replace it with the new seasonal design and follow the care instructions. It’s that easy.
Spring (March) | Summer (May) | Fall (September) | Winter (November)
A subscription means we do the work and you have fresh planter happiness each season!
SELECT YOUR CONTAINER
Select the style and quantity of JRB containers you will need for your entrance or outdoor area. This is a one-time cost. You are welcome to use your own container.
SELECT A PLANTER INSERT
Select the number of inserts you require and specify the level of sun exposure. Inserts are approximately 15″ W and fit perfectly in our JRB planters.
START YOUR SUBSCRIPTION
With a seasonal subscription, we deliver a planter insert at the beginning of each season that is designed to flourish with our care instructions. Your credit card will be charged automatically for each new insert only ($120) . The container is a one time charge.
GET STARTED WITH A JRB SUBSCRIPTION
$120.00 per insert every 3 months
Free to zip codes: 30062, 30068, 30067, 30075, 30328
Delivery fee for Metro Atlanta applied at checkout based on address
Easy and Beautiful
Watch this short video to see how easy it is to replace the old planter inserts with new ones!
How to Measure Your Own Container
To ensure the drop-in planter will fit, it’s important you measure your container properly. Using a tape measure, measure the interior of the container; including:
1) width of the top inside of the container
2) width at the bottom inside of the container
3) height from bottom to the top of the inside of the container.
JRB Insert Measurements:
1) 13.75” wide at the top
2) 9.5” wide at the bottom
3) 12.75” high
If the interior of your own container is taller than the our insert then just add soil or mulch inside your pot to raise the it to the height of the rim. If the width of your container at the inside top of your own container is greater than 15.5” then it will probably be too big to be used for a JRB insert.
Your own container needs to have a drainage hole to allow water to drain, as it needs to be regularly watered. If there is no drainage it will not thrive.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Can I order a mixture of starter containers?
Absolutely! Mixing container styles is very much on trend right now. Consider selection of two matching containers with a third complementing container. Select the number of planter inserts that you will need to go with your container selection.
Do I have to purchase one of your containers?
No, but each of our planter inserts are sized exactly to fit in the containers we sell. If you purchase a planter insert and it does not fit your own container we will not provide a refund. Check out how to measure your own container and the measurements of the planter inserts.
Do you remove and take away last season's planter insert?
No, however the planter inserts are compostable. All new season planters are left at your front door or on your drive.
Can I tell you what plants or colors I would like in my planter?
My plants are dying, what do I do?
Will my plants hold up to freezing or Atlanta's summer heat?
Winter designs are created with Atlanta’s cold weather in mind. Spring planter inserts can be damaged by a late frost if not covered when temps dip below 40’ at night. We do recommend Spring planter inserts are covered overnight with a light sheet or landscape fabric when temps are expected to get that low. Summer planter inserts also come with watering instructions but ultimately it is up to you to regularly check if the soil has dried out and requires watering. This may change through the summer months based on rain and or wind.
How do I know if my plant needs watering?
It does not matter the season, planters need water and need to be regularly checked if watering is needed. The best way to do this is to stick your finger at least 2 inches into the soil. If the soil is dry, then water. Smaller plants on the edge around any container tend to dry out first.
What is the best way to water my planter insert?
Water right at the dirt level or at the base of the plant with a watering can or slow flowing hose. Never water from the top of the plant. Also, small tender plants near the edges dry out first. We recommend watering the outer plants first and then the center plants. Water until water can be seen draining from the pot.