Dwarf Alberta spruce, with its shape and height, can be used as a base plant in your window boxes. Pansies, violas, and hanging English ivy vines can be used to cover the base with color and texture.
If you need to set up a window box in a flash, treat it like a living arrangement. Keep the flowering elements in their containers and arrange a variety of greens.
When everything else is bursting in shades of red, orange, and yellow, add another hue with a window box brimming with green.
Even in shaded window boxes, ‘Penny Lavender Shades’ violas and ‘Strawberry Sundae’ twin spurs will add fall color to your window boxes.
For window spots on a porch, consider using a rectangular, legged container to give the effect of a window box without the hassle of installation.
Petunia hybrid 'Supertunia Vista Bubblegum' will attract pollinators to keep your garden buzzing well into fall.
A unique autumn palette includes deep purples and rich greens. Purple asters, beautiful cabbage, and Mexican bush sage's gently curving spikes are dramatic.
A bounty of leafy greens, violas, and mums creates a lush arrangement that will set your window boxes with seasonal color.