window box

NOUN
  1. a long narrow box for growing plants on a windowsill
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How To Use window box In A Sentence

  • Plant one or maybe two in each front corner of your window box, placing them fairly close to the outer edge for trailing.
  • My acer is ailing and has brown leaves, plus ideas for a shady window box, please Stumped? Acers, plus shady window boxes
  • The Committee then looked upward to the blocks of flats and focused on balconies and rooftops. They actively encouraged tenants to green their balconies by getting window boxes, soil and plants at wholesale prices for them.
  • A mortgage banker, Chip Paillex had never planted so much as a window box until he moved to rural Pittstown, New Jersey, seven years ago.
  • While some front gardens are overgrown, untended and filled with litter, others are carefully looked after with window boxes, flowers in bloom and neatly trimmed hedges.
  • Maybe someone has a turfed roof or some window boxes hidden away?
  • Plant up your pots, containers and window boxes with evergreen foliage plants such as senecio, ivy and skimmia to give you winter interest.
  • They make handsome edgings for flower beds and herb gardens, and are equally at home as rock garden plants, in window boxes, in patio containers, or cascading from strawberry pots.
  • If you don't have one, get a window box or hanging basket.
  • Dodge's biggest coup was a deal with General Mills to put a die-cast car from the Dodge race team in a window box on the front of 14 million cereal boxes; Dodge got most of the back for a brand message.
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