Tag:man_made=planter

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Planter at Station Road, Ince.JPG
Description
A structure for planting flowers or other ornamental plants Edit or translate this description.
Group: Man made
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may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
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Planters are common features of urban landscaping, containing soil and planted with flowers, ornamental shrubs or small trees.. They may be heavy containers made from concrete or other materials or built into other landscaping features. In many cases they are a decorative way of creating obstacles, for instance as a barrier of some kind.

In some cases historic objects, such as water troughs for horses are reused as planters (see gallery).

How to Map

Add a node node at the centre and tag it with man_made=planter.

Do not use for smaller flower-pots which can be lifted by a single person, or for window boxes or similar containers which are also used for plants.

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