Before the weather warms up and Spring arrives, you may want to get a head start on your gardening plans. Make sure that your window boxes and planters are ready to go. This way, when the time comes, you will have one less task to deal with.
Find out how to bring new life and curb appeal to your property by replacing worn window boxes or converting existing planters into self-watering planters or deck railing planters.
Never Deal with Weather-Damaged Window Boxes Again
Replace your damaged or rotted wood window boxes with durable, fiberglass or PVC planters. Choose a style and color to match the décor of your home and instantly boost your curb appeal.
When you choose PVC or fiberglass window boxes, you can enjoy the look of natural wood without the maintenance and care that comes with real wood flower boxes. Real wood can rot, warp, split, and grow mold, while PVC and fiberglass planters require very little maintenance and will never rot, twist, warp or fade.
Browse our line of premier PVC window boxes available in standard white. Each planter is carefully hand-crafted with mitered corners with a finish that is ready for painting.
If you prefer the distressed look for your planters, you should take a look at our fiberglass window boxes made from a durable, lightweight mix of plastic resin and glass fibers. As with the PVC window boxes, these planters will not rot or warp – providing years of use.
Convert Your Window Boxes into Self-Watering Planters
With the addition of a water reservoir, you can convert any window box or planter into a self-watering planter. Choose from a variety of sizes and shapes to fit your window box or start fresh with a new planter and matching water reservoir. This can cut down on the time spent watering your plants and even reduce water usage.
Make Use of Limited Space with Deck Railing Brackets
Use railing brackets, hangers, and holders to display your window boxes along deck railings. Or browse our wide selection of stylish and functional wall brackets for mounting planters underneath windows, along fences, or on blank walls. Make use of your available space by using deck railing brackets and holders to bring flowers and other plants into view. This could be a suitable option for those of you living in an apartment or condo that only have access to a balcony.
Get Ready for Sunshine and Gardening
Now is the time to get to work on your garden plans. Whether you have an apartment, limited gardening space, or a large property with a lack of plant life, window boxes add a splash of color and bring warmness to your home. You do not need a lot of space to start gardening. Even with a small balcony, you should be able to fit a couple of PVC or fiberglass planters.
If you are in need of new window boxes, mounting hardware, or wish to make your old planters self-watering, you will find what you need here at Hooks and Lattice. Browse sizes, styles, and materials or contact us for custom orders.