Spring Decorating Ideas

Easy Tips for Adding Beautiful Window Boxes

Add views of gorgeous spring greenery inside and outside your windows with these simple window box planter tips.

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Option One: Pea Gravel Drainage

In addition to drilled holes, stones and gravel are essential to proper drainage of windowboxes. Put a two- to three-inch layer of pea gravel or pebbles in the bottom of the planter. This will allow water to filter through the soil and gravel before passing through the drilled holes.

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