- 1 What do you put in a window box?
- 2 How do you plant a window box in full sun? (video)
- 3 What month do you plant window boxes?
- 4 How many plants should you put in a window box?
- 5 How many plants do I need for a 36 inch box?
- 6 How deep should window boxes be?
- 7 How do you water a window box?
- 8 How do you hang a window box without drilling?
- 9 Do petunias like full sun?
- 10 Can you plant perennials in window boxes?
- 11 What is the best soil for window boxes?
What do you put in a window box?
How do you plant a window box in full sun? (video)
What month do you plant window boxes?
Plant grasses in spring and enjoy them through summer and into fall, or add a few plugs or ornamental grasses in summer to transition a window box into fall. For this window box planting in London, designer Tor Cameron massed ornamental grasses to create a billowing, light-catching effect. via
How many plants should you put in a window box?
Generally I would use 3 or maybe 4 plants in 10 or 12-inch planters, 4 to 6 plants in a 14 to 16-inch planter and Six to 8 plants in an 16 to 20-inch planter and so on. via
How many plants do I need for a 36 inch box?
36" Window Box Planter with attached liner. 36" long x 9" wide x 9" deep holds nine side plants, nine top edging plants and three 6" or gallon size centerpiece plants. via
How deep should window boxes be?
A minimum of 8 inches in depth and 8 inches from front to back is required to have enough room for a selection of plants. Larger–say a foot in depth and width–is even better, particularly if you want to include a lot of plants and want them to fill out enough to overflow the box. via
How do you water a window box?
Place the lid on the cut soda bottle. Make four to six holes in the lid. Submerge the bottle in the soil of the window box to hide it a bit but leave the cut end out of the soil. Fill with water and allow the slow drip to irrigate the window box. via
How do you hang a window box without drilling?
The easiest way to hang a window box without drilling is to purchase vinyl siding hangers for a window box, or to get a no-drill window box. If you cannot do that, another option to consider is to plant your garden on a balcony or near a window ledge rather than stick to an outdoor window box. via
Do petunias like full sun?
Petunias need at least 5 or 6 hours of good sunlight; they'll perform even better when located in full sun all day. The more shade they receive, the fewer flowers they'll produce. Impatiens are a better choice for blooming in shady places. via
Can you plant perennials in window boxes?
If gardening isn't your thing or if money is an issue, perennials are the perfect choice for window boxes. In the right climate and environment, they can survive through the winter and grow back the following spring. In climates with light frosts, your perennial choices may seem endless. via
What is the best soil for window boxes?
Purchase a sterile potting mix containing peat, perlite, and other ingredients that improve drainage, aeration, fertility, and water-holding capacity. Consider using a water-absorbing polymer to decrease watering frequency. via