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a long narrow box for growing plants on a windowsill

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USE SHALLOW ROOTED PLANTS IN WINDOW BOXES OPT for herbs and baby salad leaves in a shallow window box, although be aware that the shallower it is, the quicker it will dry out.
Mint is also good in shade but give it its own window box or it will invade other plants, or place it in its own pot where it can remain confined.
"I make and use liquid seaweed feed for a lot of salad plants and use tomato feed for tomatoes in my window box every couple of weeks.
You have no yard location or soil area that can be used for planting: Place containers on steps, in window boxes or use hanging pots.
* If you want a new look for a country cottage, make a picket surround to your window box by cutting out slats of softwood with a point on the end, painting them whatever colour matches your scheme and attaching them to batten supports before drilling them into the wall.
Our window box design incorporates the best of both materials.
White Cranberry Bark--white chocolate with dried cranberry pieces; available in a decorative, seasonal window box.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-21 August 2002-UK Style offers Window Box online gardening application on its web site (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD
We've gotta be her audience--who but a gay man has the will to wire a candelabra, make Faberge Easter eggs, and grow pumpkins in an apartment window box? But when Martha's not on, a show called Queer as Folk has been garnering attention and controversy--mostly from exactly the audience it was intended to attract.
Who needs a grocery store when you've got a backyard or even a window box to grow your own delicious food?
QWHAT'S the best material for a sunny window box? Sally AWindow boxes come in range of materials and has its upsides and downsides.
The container needs to be deeper than a window box or hanging basket to give the tubers enough room to form, but it doesn't have to be fancy.
To provide the winchester bid with all their summer and winter hanging basket and window box plants in the city centre.
THESE tiny plants are suitable for naturalisation in grass where they can look stunning creating a purple or yellow haze from a distance or, if you prefer to admire them close up, in a window box. Prins Claus is a beautiful specimen - white leaves with a purple stripe.