Window Box Planters
When choosing a window box planter, make sure to choose one that will give your plants adequate room when they’re full grown. Erring on the side of a bigger box is the best bet, but be sure to attach the box securely to your home’s exterior. Make sure your box has drainage holes at the bottom, and consider lining your planter box with plastic or specially made liners to help prolong the life of your window box.
You can put a variety of flowers in your window boxes, from one type to several, but make sure you group plants with similar growth cycles and requirements, like light, water, etc. Don’t put too many plants in one box; overcrowding your box and not accounting for growth will stunt and inhibit your plants’ growth.
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