Friday, June 7, 2013

This Year's Window Boxes

Today I wanted to share my window boxes at the front walk.
To me they look especially nice this year.
The thing I am most thrilled about is... I have not done a things to them.
Except fertilize in March. 
You see they are perennials.
And they have came back bigger and better every year.
So all I have done is add some annual moss rose in the pretty blue pot.
And enjoyed the lush texture and blooms along the walk.
As you can see, it gets mostly shade.
And I water them often, but that is pretty much it.

Here is a post from 2011, and you can see... it is the same plantings!
But wow... everything else has sure changed!

What is in it?  All plants I have in excess in my garden.
Purple Palace Heuchera (Coral Bells)
Husker Red Pensermon
Creeping Jenny
Flag Iris
And a few starts of Coleus from cuttings... we'll see if they make it!
----All Free----

I just gathered up a few starts and some good potting soil and wha-la!
Perennial Plantings.... it's a GOOD THING!!
Happy Gardening....Brooke

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  1. Your little piece of Heaven is lovely and it makes so much sense to use perennials instead of annuals. I too love color and texture in a garden. thank you

  2. Beautiful! I would have never thought to use perennials in a window box.


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