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Show #22/7209. Using Indoor Plants, Outside

Window Box Planters With Interesting Side Planting Feature

These window boxes are side-planted, which means you actually plant some plants through the sides. That provides extra fullness. Another thing Pamela likes about this planter is it's flat on the bottom instead of being curved. That way, you can put it on top of a deck railing as she did here. The only reason why she put it on top of the deck railing was because it would not clear the chairs if she had hung it from the railing. They do come with hooks and the j-hooks which can be screwed into the edge. If using them up against wood, Pamela always puts something underneath. She uses Chapstick caps, toothpaste caps or whatever, just to move them up a little bit so the coco fiber doesn't come into contact with the wood.

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