The distinctive tapered design of these window boxes cedar window boxes are also very reasonably priced. Notice the same high quality and the lovely tapered lines. This box is sure to be a classic. All our planters are constructed so that you can plant directly into them. Northern white cedar is on of nature's small miracles. It's rot resistant.
LEAD TIMES ARE CURRENTLY 2-3 WEEKS FOR THIS PRODUCT.
Comes with an easy to install wood mounting bracket!
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We listen to customers! By request, here is the tapered cedar wood window box. You wanted affordable cedar window boxes that will weather to cedar's unmistakable silvered grey tones, because nothing will ever imitate the look of real cedar window boxes.
So we created the tapered cedar wood window box without cutting corners or sacrificing even an iota of quality in the fine cedar wood used in these cedar window flower boxes. We have shortened the box just a bit top to bottom, so direct planting rather than flower pots will look best. One of the lovely things about window boxes is the profusion of plants spilling from them, which is best achieved by direct planting, so we let form follow function.
Cedar window boxes offer you economy by not needing a liner - they are rot-resistant. For style, note the lovely taper that gives its name to the tapered cedar wood window box and the added detail of understated faux brackets at bottom. Cedar may be painted and holds paint well for a durable finish.
Wood window boxes aren't always easy to install, but again with customers in mind, we worked with designers on easy flower box mounting ideas, and were rewarded with the one you see diagrammed here. Just level a line, mount the provided wood strip and slide your window box on the mount.
Wondering how long your cedar will need to weather? In a four-season climate your Northern white cedar window box may weather to silver grey tones in as little as a year. Less dramatic shifts in weather may take a bit longer. Most of the cedar in North America is produced here, either in Canada or the United States.