Our family business: offering quality self-watering planters and more since 1969

At the heart of all that Amberol does is a desire to make a difference. A difference to that which is visible. So, stunning floral arrangements, tidy towns and villages, calm peaceful communities. But these are only outward signs of something deeper, something true.

Because, what is invisible matters too. How we work. What our products, seen and unseen, do. How what we offer fits into a much, much bigger picture about what is good for us all.

What is the point of a business that benefits only a few? We live in a culture where, yes, money matters – of course it does! But, everything in our world – social, political, economic, environmental – is now pointing to the realisation that sustainability at every level depends on businesses and communities and third sector agencies working together for the benefit of everyone – indeed, for the benefit of the planet.

How do we know this? Because at the heart of our business is conversation. And through conversation, collaboration. Working together to respond to needs and challenges. Conversation and collaboration are the raw materials of innovation – and it is through innovation that real differences are made.

You can read more of our story by clicking on the milestones below. But, actually, what matters is your story. How between us we can work together to find solutions to what matters to you, how that matters to your community, and how in turn that matters to the world.

Join us! For the good of everyone.

Castleconnell recommends Amberol for quality and sustainability

Castleconnell recommends Amberol for quality and sustainability

Castleconnell TidyTowns has had Amberol products for seven years, having come across the company online. The group recently decided to expand their range of Amberol products by investing in some cup and saucer self-watering planters having found traditional hanging baskets difficult to maintain during warmer weather.

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New campaign target’s London’s ‘tidy litterers’

New campaign target’s London’s ‘tidy litterers’

Every year, 300 tonnes of rubbish is cleared from the River Thames. Now, a new campaign launched in May aims to reduce litter in the Thames by encouraging tourists and residents to take action. Named For Fish’s Sake, the scheme will specifically target ‘tidy litterers’- those who leave litter next to overflowing bins or put waste down storm drains.

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Amberol self-watering planters offer value for money says Halstead in Bloom

Amberol self-watering planters offer value for money says Halstead in Bloom

Halstead is a small town in rural Essex with a population of around 12,000 residents. The Halstead in Bloom organisation was formed as a community/volunteer group in 2000 to help clean, beautify and brighten up the town for all those who live, work and visit there.

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