My window boxes were bought online. They are the lengtn of two small windows on a small cape. I sprayed painted them charcoal gray. My house is pale gray. I wanted to do something to make my house pop. So..bought the window boxes and bought a book on windowboxes. I tried to follow one of the pictures in the book. I did not get the same flowers..but kept with the same theme.
My window box is fiberglass and was purchase online. The window box measures 48′ long , 10′ wide and and is 11″ deep. I try different plantings every year. I like to see how the colors and the textures of the plants blends.
I have a Mayne Fairfifeld 36×20 box
situated in my back yard on top of a
retaining wall with a black fence behind it.
This is my third summer and my box
is still beautiful.
My wrought iron window boxes are surrounding my deck in Cary North Carolina and contain variegated Asiatic Jamine and other evergreen perennials.
The window boxes are comprised of copper boxes in a back wrought iron frame.
My window boxes are my favorite hobby. I have decorated my deck railing with wrought iron window boxes to create a garden oasis. I love planting pansies in the fall for a splash of color. I use varigated plants for contrast. I live in North Carolina.
My window boxes are made of wood. They are 36 1/2 inches long, 10 in. high and 12 in. deep. My son made these and I stained them the very dark red. I started with window boxes several years ago because it makes the house stand out and now my neighbors are doing the same thing with planters and boxes. I have tried other plants but I just love the way impatients look in them