Homemade windowboxes using 2, 24″ liners purchased from Hooks and Lattice. Flowers from local greenhouse using moisture-control potting soil and lots of watering!
Window Boxes on A Wall
Back in 2010, we installed 3 window boxes with the name of “Falling Water” on the outside of our old brickstone corner house built in the year 1831 in Philadelphia that used to be a tavern. The boxes have been a joy to us and the neighbors ever since, they get full sun all summer long and flowers do well! Boxes are 36″ long with copper liners, purchased through via Windowbox.com.
My two 36″ long [PVC Laguna] window boxes were purchased from Hooks & Lattice. I especially love the coral colored flowers and filled it with a variety of coral salvia spikes, non-stop begonias, impatiens and fuschia. I decorate the boxes year round. Flowering cabbage, mums, small pumpkins and gourds, then evergreens adding lights, shiny Christmas ball ornaments and ribbon and of course fill the boxes with pansies in the spring.
My window box on my garage. Best one I have ever created
[Coir lined window boxes are traditionally found on English cottages and add old world charm!]
My windowbox is displayed on the front of my house between two windows. It is a 36″ wrought iron windowbox that i lined with moss. I planted white and pink caladiums, white petunias, white impatients, asparagus fern and I topped with off with a beautiful star. It makes me feel happy everytime I pull in my driveway and see my gorgeous, fantastic flowers.
Soft, white, beautiful, draping, shadow play, full, pretty Petunias.
[ Tapered Wood Window Boxes add traditional charm!]