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.
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.
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
I planted 4 of these window boxes in the front of the Main Dining Hall at a Summer Camp. All are identical with Dragon wing begonias, Boston fern, Bridal Veil, and Monkey Flowers. There are 2 4 foot boxes on each window that I purchased through Grandin Road.
My window box was purchased at Hooks and Lattice. It is a metal 30″ Falling Water Window Box cage [with a coconut coir liner]. Originally I had three of these window boxes on the front of my house but added two more because they really added to the house’s curb appeal, were affordable, unique and easy to put up. Each year my mom and I try different plants in the boxes. This year we used a variety of different plants to display different textures and colors hoping to obtain an original eclectic look that engages viewers.
When we built a wall to hide our above ground pool, it needed something to give it a personality. To the rescue, window boxes! Our six metal boxes are 36 inches wide and hold a mix of impatiens, vinca vine and spiky plants. In the fall we like to mix it up with some colorful mums and pumpkins. I am embarrassed to say we found our window boxes on a curbside ready for the garbage man! Why someone was throwing them away, I’ll never know, I’m just glad they did! Now can someone help us figure out how to hide our ugly air conditioning unit? :0)
When we built a wall to hide our above ground pool, it needed something to give it a personality. Our six metal boxes are 36 inches wide and hold a mix of impatiens, vinca vine and spiky plants. In the fall we like to mix it up with some colorful mums and pumpkins.