White petunias, Sutera and Lobelia are almost covering the three dwarf boxwood plants that were in the box all winter. - Garden Flowers

Window Box Ideas « Hyannis Country GardenThis box is a simple mix of whites and greens. White petunias, Sutera and Lobelia are almost covering the three dwarf boxwood plants that were in the box all winter.

It"s Winter Window Box time! I love looking at window boxes, and I am lucky  enough to have two boxes. In the summer, I always have a great debate (with  myself) for color combinations. I will share with you, that my window box  plants are so much happier because of the drip irrigation I installed. This year, Fall came and went fast....other than mums....I did not do the  Fall Window Boxes I was planning. So, I'm am going to plan and dream for winter with  these inspirational images Source…

Winter Window Boxes

The whole thing about me doing a winter window box is not to spend any money This arrangement is ok, I have pine on our property and spruce Would use maybe my white church or lanterns as a focal point

Fall window box...ornamental kale and cabbage with creeping jenny

Flowering Cabbage For Fall

Autumn window box SFH Adds: Here in NC we can plant these wonderful cabbage/kale in the fall and they will last the winter. Great foliage and color. This photo showcases these great plants and took an artists eye to plant these containers. So successful!

Here's an easy way to add winter beauty to your window box, many items of which might be found in your own yard! http://emfl.us/--Pd

Here's an easy way to add winter beauty to your window box, many items of which might be found in your own yard!us/--Pd

Christmas window boxes---I'm going to try and do this with my window boxes this year...should look nice with my indoor window candles in the background.  Can't wait for the holidays now!!!

Christmas tip-toes in

Stunning Christmas Light Ideas For Windows On Decor With Lighting Christmas Window Box Ideas Ideas

It's hard to find anything in the wreath or outdoor decorationg department for after Christmas..you still want something winter-y..but not for the holidays..this is pretty.

It& hard to find anything in the wreath or outdoor decorationg department f.

For the private garden - love black window boxes for black window frames

Get the look: Pair of good-sized, cone-shaped boxwood (Winter Gem Boxwood) + cascades of English Ivy + dark and light hued ornamental cabbages + orange and yellow crotons

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