Choose Window Planter Boxes for Small Space Gardening
If you've always thought your gardening aspirations would have to wait until you have more room, then you'll love the possibilities our planters for decks have to offer. They not only easily mount to any window sill like our most popular small flower boxes, but they may also be mounted directly to deck and balcony railings or even along walls. Just find the coordinating hardware for a proper installation, and enjoy colorful blooms, dazzling vines, or even fresh herbs and vegetables right on your patio. They're lightweight, easy to install, and handmade to reflect the craftsmanship you've come to expect from our premium patio planters. Each item is molded from fiberglass with a stacked stone look, and features a sleek black color to easily meld with your surrounding exterior.
Long Lasting Materials Saves You Money
Cheap plastic window boxes have to be frequently replaced, and wood or metal wear out over time. Our fiberglass window boxes are an economical choice for homeowners because they're extremely weather resistant and impervious to the most common outdoor conditions. Even in wet and humid climates, you won't have to stress over corrosion, rot, or warping. They'll also maintain a consistent color when used in direct sunlight. This is offered without added bulk or weight, and without costing a fortune like comparable materials. It's a win-win for home and business owners alike.
Water Plants Less Often
Not everyone has endless time and energy to spend gardening. If that sounds like you, or you're someone who travels frequently and can't always be available for garden maintenance, you'll appreciate our optional internal self watering reservoir. It has a internal tank which can be filled once to water your plants again and again. Consistent hydration is added to root systems to allow them to take what they need, and nothing more. This not only means less watering time for you without sacrificing plant health, but also less risk of overwatering. Added drainage holes on the bottom further this cause, but they can be left off for overhead applications, such as along deck railings.