Our Traditional Wood Planter Box is finished on all four sides for a beautiful flower display anywhere. Manufactured from white cedar with mitered corners, the furniture quality of these window boxes will impress even the most skilled woodworker while adding much desired curb appeal. Traditional Wood Window Boxes by Hooks and Lattice are some of the highest quality wood planters available on the market today. Treat each wooden window planter as a piece of art - display boxes on the wall using wooden brackets or place atop a dividing wall or fence for a truly unique planter display.
Order as shown (natural unfinished cedar) and allow wood to weather to an attractive greyish-white hue, or choose white and we'll finish your planter using a three coat painting process:
1 coat Kilz primer
2 coats white acrylic latex paint
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This traditional cedar wood planter box will weather to a rustic light blue-gray tone that only weathered cedar can provide - truly to be treasured. Cedar's attractive natural grain patterns remain as a soft, natural accent to the top quality cedar we use for our wood planters. Our traditional cedar planters are carefully handcrafted in crisp, clean lines with furniture quality mitered corners and just the perfect refined edge at the top.
Another great window box choice is the cedar planter in white, including a base coat of Kilz primer to protect against moisture marks. Both natural cedar and acrylic white please the eye with almost any flower palette - you'll appreciate that flexibility over the years when you want to try something new.
For either, since the cedar wood planter box is finished on all four sides, the bracket pairs shown are needed to mount them to a wall. They can also be mounted on top of a rail with hardware available from Hooks and Lattice.
A wide variety of cedars are native to the United States. Several cultivars, especially the Atlantic white cedar, is known for growing in wet areas and is believed by some to withstand (or endure - it may absorb it) moisture indefinitely. That has made it a favorite building material up and down the East Coast since the Colonial era. It's also loved for cedar chests and closets because of its aromatic smell and ability to repel clothes pests. But you probably won't have clothes pests in your window boxes, so just enjoy the lovely wood!