Arch Window Box Cage shown here features a composite cellular PVC liner. Made of welded wrought iron these Arch Window Box Cages are powder coated in a textured black paint to resist rust.
Watch out for fake imitations that are cheaply made using bolted together
tubular iron. Our Arch Window Box cages are available in any length.
Holes drilled along the back rail make for a simple installation to any flat
surface. Optional shelf type mounting brackets are also available. Click here to see this product without a white cellular PVC liner.
The arch window box cage with its fascinating overlapped arches will always be a favorite. For customers who use their arched window box cages with liners, we've made them still more pleasing and versatile with additional liner options. For your window box liner, you can now choose silver, copper, bronze or white. All of our window box cage liners are crafted in attractive, durable materials. White, silver tone, copper tone and bronze tone liners for window box planters are made of almost-indestructible PVC. We also offer a real copper liner that patinas and ages to an authentic weathered copper.
Seven standard sizes from 24" to 72" fit most windows; add an unlimited choice of custom lengths for this window box cage in welded (never bolted) wrought iron. The wrought iron frame for this window box cage is carefully powder coated in textured black paint to resist rust. If you prefer the look of flower pots in your window box planter, just skip the liner.
Holes drilled along the back rail make it easy to hang Hooks and Lattice window box cages. But we go further with our container planters. See our Install Guide for clear instructions from the tools and materials you'll need through every step of installation!
So once your order your window box cage, whether the arch cage shown her or one of the other distinctive designs we offer, you can enjoy planning your plantings. May we recommend a superb choice of ideas? Every year our Window Box Contest draws dozens of gifted designs, all put together by gifted home gardeners. Some include plant names. For those Window Box Contest winners that's don't, you can enlarge the photo and take a copy with you to the garden center.