Thursday, September 18, 2014

Creative Window Boxes




These look great out front. I wasn't able to find the Dichondra 'Silver Falls' but I used something close. 5/18/13  Maximize the Power of Pink  A. Impatiens 'Accent Pink' -- 4  B. Impatiens 'Pink Swirl' -- 4  C. Dichondra 'Silver Falls



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!

Happy Friday everyone..!!! I want to wish you all a wonderful weekend.....what will I be doing this weekend???? I will be creating a window box for the front of my home. As you may already know we bought our family home nearly a year ago and it is still a labour of love as we make it into very own style. If you are a homeowner and espeially a mother, you know how important it can be to own your home and then start the process of creating the feeling of home to reflect the needs of your family and  personal taste.......I have spent the last few days thrawling through Pinterest for ideas and speaking to my local garden centers about the best plants to use for this time of year...it has been a pleasurable experience and I cannot wait to share the finished look with you. Until then....here are a few samplings I adore....let me kow which ones you like.




White snaps, 'Tidal Wave Silver' petunias, burgundy ivy geranium, purple verbena, crimson 'Ballet' geraniums, rose-red callibrachoa, and a walking iris in the middle.  Just beautiful.I'm kind of digging the plants in a window box idea right now..."The Finishing Touch" by Lynne,  2010 #Window Box Contest winner. http://www.gardenoohlala.com

Fill your window boxes with evergreen topiaries, cyclamen, and seeded eucalyptus for a look that will carry you through the winter.

#window #box... beautiful trailing flowers.. http://www.gardenoohlala.com





Photos from Pinterest ...
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