Nemesia window box – A flower box (sometimes called a window box, window flower box, or box planter) is box that is generally placed outdoors and used for displaying live plants like flowers, herbs or other edible plants. It is often used by apartment-dwellers on higher floors, which don’t otherwise have access to a garden or place to grow their plants. Easy access to your mini garden is extremely possible with a window flower box installed in your window.
There are a great deal of materials which may be used to create a flower window box. Several of which are wood, brick, metal, fiberglass, vinyl, and cellular PVC. All these can be used to make a window box but wood is a preferred classical material amongst all. A typical wooden box will last at least 3-5 years but with paining and maintenance, it might even go up to 10-15 years. For areas where insect infestation is widespread, it would be better to utilize Fiberglass – it is known to be lightweight and insect proof. Finally, for those avoiding rot or siding damage, Vinyl and mobile PVC would be the ideal option. It’s made of plastic that are completely rot proof.
Window boxes can be installed below a window and supported by brackets thus the name window box. On another note – a flower box may be used to line decks, patios, porches, steps, and sidewalks and they can even be hung from railings. A flower window box is among the most common types of flower boxes; it is a magical feature for any home when paired with a fantastic choice of flowers to plant. Larger boxes about 10-12″ in height may be used to plant items that need more root space. This would also let you layer flowers and plants in several rows to make more elaborate flower displays.
A flower box can improve the beauty of your home, make the best of the little space you’ve got or to bring life to a dull apartment but not enough without the right choice of flower or plant. Pick plants that would suit the environment – consider the climate of your place and the amount of sun the window boxes get. You can plant flowers that will be able to go with the season which would mean you would need to modify plant, season after season. If you don’t have time to do this as frequently as that, you can plant annually. You will find flowers that are good annual plants such as petunias, marigolds, and Snapdragons. During winter, planting Pansies and flowering kale will give your miniature garden some color. Have a look the sample of nemesia window box below at the attachment page.
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