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The North Carolina Arboretum has purchased many containers over the past 15 years and we love them! They are very durable, don't break, and the lightweight material they are constructed with enables us to move them about in our exhibits.

- June Jolley, Production Manager

News and Events
Organizations, Tradeshows, Community Involvement

ASLA American Society of Landscape Architects

20+ Years |
American Society Of Landscape Architects
Supporting ASLA members as they promote healthy, sustainable sites and communities through landscape architecture projects. 

Terracast Planters CAD Drawings

11 Jan 2011 |
CAD Details
2D and 3D drawings

California Landscape Contractors Association

13+ Years |
California Landscape Contractors Association
Supporting CLCA members as they create beautiful, enduring landscapes that improve the quality of life.

Land8Lounge Social Network

11 Jan 2011 |
Staying  up-to-date on what's happening in the landscape architecture industry through social networking.

Durability of Terracast Products Video

30 Jan 2011 |
Polymer Resin Planters

Max Sturman - Architects Incorporated. Landscape Architect testimonial.

US Green Building Council

OCT 2010 |
U.S. Green Building Council
Offering products that contribute to the Sustainable Sites Initiative and the US Green Building Council's LEED program.

Planters | Outdoor Lighting | Waste Receptacles

Armeria, LLC
Planters | Outdoor Lighting | Waste Receptacles

A Women's Business Enterprise

Armeria provides landscape architects, contractors, and interior design professionals various types of planters, outdoor lighting, and waste receptacles to meet their design specifications, ease of online access to a Library of CAD detailed drawings and 24 hour customer service.

Proudly manufactured in America, most of Armeria products are made to order then shipped directly from the manufacturer. This allows Armeria's products to conform to the customer's specifications, reduce transportation costs, and greatly decrease lead times.

As owner of Armeria, Dawn Whitney has experience in all aspects of managing a rotational molding manufacturing business with in depth involvement in sales, marketing, and administration. She worked 30 years for Rotonics Manufacturing Inc., a nationwide corporation, ending her tenure as V.P. of Marketing in 2009. After RMI, Dawn founded Armeria, supplying polymer resin rotocast products to the landscape architecture industry. She believes rotationally molded polymer resin rotocast products are a perfect solution for any landscape architectural project. She rapidly developed a very loyal following. Dawn is a professional business women, champion for entrepreneurship, passionate about keeping manufacturing in America, dedicated wife, mother and aunt, and advocate for affordable health care.

Add this unique combination to the dedication of her staff, an unequaled and a continuing commitment to investing substantial resources in new product development, and to the responsiveness to the technological needs of her clients, you have the largest designer, manufacturer, and wholesaler of top quality polymer resin landscape architectural products in the United States as your partner.

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The foundation for Armeria began in 1967, when Robert Grossman and Tom Schidel established Rotocast International Inc. and installed the first rotational molding machine in the state of Florida. Manufacturing of these products has since progressed and utilized the rotational molding process to create a product line that is not only exceptionally durable, but aesthetically beautiful as well. This slow baking rotational molding process allows for unlimited design possibilities along with an unequaled combination of light weight strength and beauty.

Although Landscape Architectural poly resin products are deep in tradition and unsurpassed in quality, the business environment has altered in the past 44 years. As a premier supplier of rotationally molded polymer resin rotocast products, Armeria's single most important attribute is the realization of one essential objective: client satisfaction. This objective has led to Armeria's customer centric-business model.