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  • Faye Otero

    harvest box

  • Marilyn Innes

    window box flowers

  • Nicole Cullen

    edibles plants for window box

  • Kristen Kerr

    Enjoy a Harvest What could be better than reaching out to your window box and grabbing a handful of edible flowers, herbs, or vegetables for supper? Try edibles with ornamental appeal for two times the pleasure. Tip: Look for dwarf varieties, such as determinate tomatoes, so your plantings don't grow out of control. A. Pansy (Viola 'Matrix' series) -- 3 B. Scented geranium (Pelargonium 'Rober's Lemon Rose') -- 1 C. Nasturtium (Tropaeolum 'Alaska') -- 2 D. Everbear...

  • Meredith Tzouros

    Easy, Beautiful Window Boxes for Sun

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A. Sedge (Carex siderosticha 'Variegata') -- 2 B. Kale (Brassica oleracea 'Osaka') -- 2 C. Verbena 'Tuscany Violet with Eye' -- 2 D. Coral bells (Heuchera 'Pewter Moon') -- 2

Window boxes...definitely need some of these for my wrap around porch railing! Can't hang plants bcus we have no wind break and they end up in the middle of the corn field next to the house!

Wintry Birch Box Dwarf conifers and other cold-hardy evergreens are available in many forms, colors, and textures. For a holiday-inspired window box, plant small specimens of cedar, cypress, and euonymus in a sturdy, deep box trimmed with white birch branches and garnish with pinecones and arborvitae cuttings.

vintage bath tub planter amazing…project for the upcoming long weekend maybe?!!!

This is my plan for my window box this year. Calibrachoa (orange), sutera cordata (white), scaevola hybrid (blue), and Ipomea Marguerite (Sweet potato vine).

❂ "There is a way that nature speaks, that land speaks. Most of the time we are simply not patient enough, quiet enough to pay attention to the story. "

Violas...one of the happiest, sweetest flowers...a little cousin of the pansy. Good for containers. Annuals

I used to take toothpicks and use hollyhocks buds, fully bloomed and partially opened to make beautiful Spanish dancers. Sometimes, I used the partially opened blooms to make head-dresses. Amazing!!

I love you, grandma. I don't care what people have to say about you drinking. I'm never gonna treat you like them. I'll never give up on you. Your still my hero♥.