Charleston window box: Blue Hydrangea, Purple Oxalis, Silver Lamium, English Ivy. Not sure the hydrangeas would like the small space though
Atrium – 1. Purslane, 2. String of Pearls, 3. Deadnettle, 4. Dwarf Morning Glory, 5. Fan Flower, 6. Pilea, 7. Calibrachoa, 8. Licorice Vine, 9. Sweet Potato Vine, 10. Bacopa, 11. Ivy, 12. Lobelia, 13. Nasturtium, 14. Nemesia, 15. Petunia, 16. Torenia, 17. Verbena, 18. Vinca, 19. Zebrina, 20. Alternanthera, 21. Creeping Jenny, 22. Moss Rose, 23. Sedum, 24. Dichondra.
While you are mixing up that soil add these water storing crystals to the mix. These little things are a life saver! They absorb water and turn into clear jello looking blobs and hold the water in and slowly release it as needed. 4 of my flower boxes are on our 2nd story and it is a pain to hang out the window and water them every day, these allow me to skip that chore more often.
create overflowing window boxes and planters inexpensively: with divided mature plants setting side by side in planter (gives a quick overflowing planter box to start off summer)
Photo: Mary Beth Montgomery | thisoldhouse.com | from How to Hang a Window Box
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