My window boxes are 3ft 7in. long by 9 1/2 in. deep. I used a variety of flowers such as vicavine, petunias, geraniums and other assorted colorful annuals from my local nursery. I have been putting together window boxes for 2 years with my dad (my dad says I have a green thumb). I enjoy putting the window boxes together and seeing them grow and change, I like the creativity of being able to plant them the way I would like to.
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.
This window box was hand built. It is approximately 1 foot deep and 18 feet long. It is the perfect way to bring summer flowers off this small deck that overhangs into the back yard.
I love my Kitchen window box. My metal windowbox was purchased several years ago from Windowbox.com. I have planted sweet potato vine, pink gerbera daisies, pink and green coleus. Caladiums, creeping jenny, and trailing succulents. It is so beautiful and makes me feel good every time i drive into my driveway or look out my window.
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.