6 Tips for an Amazing Window Box
Thursday, June 14, 2018
If you would like your home to be beautiful and gorgeous, all it takes is a few adjustments. Adding window boxes can make a huge difference. It dresses up the exterior of your home, accentuating the windows, and giving a fresh, organic feel to your home.
The natural color of flowers will make your house appear livelier. This extra color will also make your house stand out in a good way.
Waking up in the morning and having clean and tidy window boxes with beautiful smelling flowers can really brighten your day and make you love your home even more.
Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Window Box
Having window boxes will be the best idea you will have to make the exterior of your house look stunning and dazzling. The following tips will ensure that you get the most out of your window boxes.
Choosing the Right Flowers
To choose the right flowers for your window boxes you need to consider a couple of things.
The amount of sunlight your window gets is an important aspect that you have to consider when choosing the flowers as different flowers need different amount of sunlight.
Which way your windows open, is another important point to consider when selecting flowers. If your windows open outwards, tall flowers can get in the way and get damaged. So choosing short plants for windows that open outwards is a smart choice.
Choosing plants that last year long or seasonal flowers is also an important choice. If you would like to be invested in changing flowers every season than you can most certainly choose seasonal plants otherwise plants that last year long are also available.
Choosing the Right Soil and Fertilizer
Make sure that you have chosen the right soil for your plants and are adding the right fertilizers to boost your flowers growth and keep them healthy longer.
Choosing the Right Color for Your Window Box
Choosing a color that compliments or contrasts your house depends on what you are going for. Consulting with an expert should also be a smart idea as they may give you the best personalized advice depending on your situation. The color of the flowers is also crucial as this will define the look of your window.
Having a Small Edible Garden in Your Window
You can also grow a small edible garden and grow herbs and small vegetables in your window boxes. An edible garden will really go well with your kitchen’s window.
The Material of the Window Box Matters
Window boxes come in many different material, they can be made from metal, wood, vinyl or fiberglass. When choosing the material you need to consider facts like weight and the ability to rot and rust. These factors are important to consider if you would like your windows to look amazing over a long time.
Having the Right Drain System
Plants need to be regularly watered, and your hanging garden will need an effective drain system to drain out the excess water. A poorly designed drain system can start damaging your walls and instead of making your home look better you have dirty looking walls.
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