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window box

a long narrow box, placed on or outside a windowsill, in which plants are grown

weight box

In a window frame, the channel in which the sash weights move up and down.
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Griffin, 47, of Fairfield Street in Wrexham, admitted stealing the window boxes from the house in Ruabon Road, Wrexham, on June 18.
Window boxes should be a riot of colour, a mass of bedding plants mixed with some contrasting foliage which can tumble down and obscure the box while enhancing the look of the outside of your property.
You can also plant salad crops with shallow roots in window boxes, including lettuces and radishes.
The company announced 100g bags, 150g window boxes and 50g snack-size boxes with the new design, allowing retailers to create a strong shelf presence at retail.
The troughs and window boxes were located outside and are checked every other day in order to note time of emergence.
Beyond the window boxes you hear kitchen noises, wisps of voices and the swish of leashes across the boulevard, unaware.
Lettuce, radishes, and small vegetables can be grown in window boxes.
The company makes injection-molded flower pots, decorative planters, window boxes, hanging baskets, bowls, and nursery containers.
Window boxes present limitations of the amount of space for root growth, moisture retention and plant height (we do not want plant growth to totally block the view to the outdoors), yet our desire is to enjoy an attractive season-long planting.
They'll do as well in pots and troughs on the patio as they will in borders or window boxes.
Window boxes will brighten up any balcony or windowsill and bring the garden right into your home.
For me, window boxes should be a riot of colour, a mass of bedding plants mixed with some contrasting foliage which can tumble down and obscure the box while enhancing the look of the outside of your property