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  • Rhonda Honegger

    planting design for planter box | Container gardening ideas protecting window flower boxes container ...

  • Ilona Laney

    nice windowbox, prob for semi shade. like the author's suggestions about overwintering some plants & providing some shelter from wind in certain sites (apt balconies)

  • Tricia Kuluvar

    a dramatic plant color scheme window box for shady locations...left to right, boston fern, 1 solid purple and 2 variegated coleus (purple+green), purple sweet potato vine and trailing creeping jenny. I am going to try in planters in the front since I don't have window boxes!

  • Ginnie Thorburn

    I am ready for flowerboxes on my deck!

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