Tasty Food Made Easy with Veggie & Herb Planters
You don't have to have a huge yard to enjoy delicious home grown vegetables or herbs. Imagine walking out to your deck or balcony for fresh chives or basil any time you want. Or snipping a few fresh greens to add to that salad to complete any meal. It's possible with this beautifully detailed herb window box. It's not only designed for easy installation along windows or even railings, but it can be purchased in additional sizes to accommodate many types of gardening aspirations. Plant herbs, small vegetables, or flowers. Vining plants also make a striking statement and up your home's curb appeal when places along front windows. Or, cover an unsightly wall with numerous planters to create a stunning, living display.
Durable Window Planters
Why choose Brickton window boxes? While there are dozens of window boxes available, few offer the unique sense of style and weather resistance that these do. Not only are they hand molded with a brick-like texture, but they're made from fiberglass. This material offers the strength you need, combined with a lightweight design that avoids the bulk of other options such as wood or stone. Additionally, it's extremely weather resistant and won't rot or corrode. Insects also find it less than appetizing, so plants stay safer tucked inside. The result is long-lasting beauty and function that will carry your through multiple seasons without wearing down.
Grow Beautiful, Thriving Flowers
If you've avoided container gardening due to the increased watering demands, then you've come to the right place to change your mind. Drainage holes are added to the bottom of each planter to allow excess rainwater to escape, helping to prevent root rot and mold growth. These can be left off for overhead or indoor installations. Add the self-watering system for precise watering that is easier than normal gardening. Just fill the tank with water and set it into place. Your plants will do the rest by absorbing only the hydration they need over time, cutting down on watering time and reducing the risk of over or under watering.