AP – The gardening world has a tried-and-true formula for the perfect window box: a thriller, a filler and a spiller. You simply can’t go wrong with a tall red geranium amid a tranquil bed of white impatiens and cascading vines of ivy.
But maybe you’re an experienced window box gardener looking to try something different. Or maybe you’re sticking close to home this spring and summer and you need a new pandemic project. How about a window box filled with succulents like aloes and echeverias, or edibles like herbs and nasturtiums, or even carnivorous varieties like Venus fly traps and pitcher plants?