Beautify Your Windows with Window Box Planters

Posted on 08 February 2012



Nothing says “spring” like beautiful, healthy flowers.  And nothing displays beautiful, healthy flowers better than stylish, well-crafted window boxes and flower boxes.  If you want a windowbox that will show off your blooms to full advantage, a windowbox that mirrors your particular sense of style, you won’t find it among the shelves of the home improvement stores.  You will find it at windowboxplanters.com.


With 71 styles to choose from, there is sure to be something in the company’s product line to suit your individual taste.   Vinyl, aluminum, copper, steel, wrought iron, and fiberglass are the materials from which you may choose your windowbox, in designs spanning open-work metal, solids, and “carved.”  Easy to install, some styles are customizable to fit any size window and some offer sub-irrigation systems.  These ingenuously simple systems allow the roots of your plants to draw water from a hidden reservoir, encouraging the growth of hardy roots that support the growth of gorgeous flowers.


 The company also carries many decorative corbels and sturdy brackets.


All products are extremely durable and manufactured to exacting standards.  For example, the vinyl planters carry a 15-year limited warranty: a guarantee against yellowing and fading, an assurance that you will enjoy a handsome complement to your home, year after year.


A visit to the website illustrates the many ways in which the windowboxes can be used: in the traditional manner, or as unique accents to beautify the exterior of your home, sitting atop the balustrade of the railing on your front porch or deck, or even attached directly to your siding.


Confident that their prices are highly competitive and their products meticulously crafted, the company offers a 110% money back guarantee.  Ordering is simple.  The staff is knowledgeable and friendly, and available seven days a week.  Spring is just around the corner.  Welcome it with a beautiful windowbox! 






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