Residential Uses for Window Box Planters
The Brickton deck planter boxes are a smaller version of one of our most popular commercial planters. The demand was so high, we created a newer, scaled down version just for homeowners who are looking for a stylish, easy to use, and budget friendly way to enjoy container gardening. They're hand crafted to not only work as a window box planter when mounted to sills, but also for mounting along deck and balcony railings. This opens up a whole new world of possibilities for those who live upper story apartments, condos, or anywhere traditional gardening isn't possible. Just choose from our wide range of specialty hardware to find the options that are right for your installation needs. Use them for adding a pop of color to the outside of your home, or even for container gardening and enjoying fresh herbs and other small edibles right from your very own garden.
Benefits of Fiberglass Construction
While there are numerous materials suitable for planters, fiberglass has come into favor among customers and designers for good reason. It not only avoids most of the pitfalls of natural materials like wood or stone (such as rotting, cracking, warping, or corrosion), but it's also much lighter in weight than these other materials. It holds up better than plastic, is easy to move when needed, and can be more safely installed on railings and other overhead applications where people may be walking or sitting below. Glass fiber can also be molded to resemble most any other material. For instance, these deck planter boxes look similar to stacked stone or bricks.
Gardening with Less Stress
If you're new to gardening, or if you have a known black thumb, you may find that our internal watering system is just what you need. It allows you to fill the tank once, and then enjoy weeks of maintenance free gardening. Your plants pull water into their roots as needed, and you won't have to think about over watering them either. Drainage holes in the bottom also allow excess rainwater to be removed, although you can require those be left off for installations overhead or other areas where you don't want a mess.