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  • Janet Regan

    Oh, I miss my kitchen window flower box. This reminds me of one I did a few years ago. Sweet potato vines are amazing!

  • Midway Nursery

    Window boxes are a form of container gardening to fill up wall space. This one appears to have draping sweet potato vine adding fullness and color.

  • Kristin Borland Kopera

    Fabulous window box - but I won't do vinca vine ever again as it can get into your planting beds & is a real headache to eradicate! (love sweet potato vine, though!)

  • Tracy Lynn

    I'd love to try windowbox gardening

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