Del Mar Heights Copper Window Boxes feature unique wrought iron cages complete with unique flared scrolls plus unusual and especially attractive copper liners
Our new Del Mar Heights Copper Window Box can be fabricated to any length up to 120". With its powder coated wrought iron cage and copper liner the Del Mar Heights copper window box will patina naturally and provide a beautiful addition to your home for years to come.
Dimensions: Up to 120"L x 8 5/8"W x 8"H (Not counting the 2" scrolls)
Del Mar Heights Copper Window Boxes are something special, a unique blend of bright copper (which will patina to a lovely antique green tone) in a doubled row of wrought iron arches with a pleasing top of flared scrolls that adds a new counterpoint to your flowers and foliage.
Longevity and the best construction are hallmarks of our window box planters, and the Del Mar Heights copper window box carries on that tradition. Another hallmark here is the variegated surface of the copper window box liner - a fluted front with paneling and other detail at the top and bottom of the copper window box liner add unusual visual interest and beauty to this choice in window box planters. We are equally fussy about the fabrication quality of our wrought iron planter cages - they are top quality throughout, including the durable powder coat black finish and most durable connection of wrought iron planter window box cage elements.
If you use vines, tendrils that trail without covering their container will enhance. When you consider any vine, be sure to check how long it grows and whether it's a trailing vine or plant, which would work well in a Del Mar copper window box, or a climber that would required a trellis or obelisk, which would not do well in this copper window box - or almost any window box, for that matter.
Vinca vine, licorice plants ( warm and a cool tones) and others at your garden center will be lovely, as will many trailing flowers. Scaevola, lobelia, begonia and alyssum offer cool color for your copper window box. Go yellow with lantana, moss rose and trailing snapdragons (Antirrhinum 'Luminaire'). Or how about red? Begonias, fuchsias and Alyssum offer some great reds. For almost endless color choices, including bicolors these days, check out dependable and easy petunias and begonias. The cyclamen shown are a great addition.